With the latest Windows 10 Creators update Microsoft has pushed out the most requested feature by the users who made a switch from Windows 8 to Windows 10. The users have been wanting to have a fullscreen mode for the Edge Browser on similar lines to the IE’s Fullscreen mode for Windows 8.

The full screen mode generally removes all program icons and provides a pure internet browsing experience which was very effective when switching to Tablet Mode on a touch device.

This functionality was missing in the Windows 10 version of the Operating System and after receiving lot of request via the Feedback Hub the company finally decided to implement the full screen mode to its Edge Browser.

The company having already added the Full Screen option has not mentioned the same in any of its Windows 10 Insiders Builds. The option is currently available for Windows 10 users.

To activate the Full screen mode users would need to hit the Shift, Windows and Enter Keys all at once and the same keyboard shortcuts works for many other Windows 10 UWP Apps.

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