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What if the browser's task bar and search bars could be put on the bottom or for that matter made to disappear?

So we all take it for granted, and many don't even bother thinking how things could be different, but browsers all have upper task bars, not bottom or lower ones.

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could either move the upper task bar and search bar and tabs from the top of the screen to the bottom or to the side or make them temporarily go away and provide you with the power to just read articles without borders, just like you would watch a streaming video in full screen mode?

I would like this very much. I need to check this out using a few special search words in Google search:

Read Text in Full Screen without browser bars.

Reading On Screen - Full Screen Mode

Hmm. sounds impressive. I never realized this. the F11 key pressed just once, will bring your text into full view and remove your browser bar, then to return to normal view, just press the F11 key again. On, then off then on and so on.

I tried it in SeaMonkey browser and it works. wow!

I mean:


Ads are actually more visible when you do this. You merely eliminate your browser bars and it brings the text into better focus. Try it you may like it.

Image Credit » by geralt

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MegL wrote on January 29, 2016, 4:32 PM

I tried the F11 key, it makes the page "full screen" just like for videos.

vanGogh wrote on January 30, 2016, 1:47 AM

well, what do you know? damn it has been there all along..:))