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Windows10 Title bar Height

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by bluenite, Mar 17, 2018.

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  1. bluenite

    bluenite Thread Starter

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    Peter
    In previous versions, it simply went by changing the size of the font, and accordingly, the title bar became lower. Or was it possible to use Windows Aero Tweaker, a handy utility that could change windows edges altogether. Win10 has already lowered the window edges to a minimum, but the upper bar does not shrink. Does anyone know how to do it?
    For some maybe a trifle, but the desktop space is never enough for precision work in a cad or with photos. E.g. office 2010 is a negative example of how screen design can look like (Even for some good reasons-tablets, etc.)
    thanks for any advice
    Peter
     
  2. jenae

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    Hi, this comes under a general heading of "windows metrics" . Open regedit and navigate to:- HKEY_Current_User\ControlPanel\Desktop\WindowsMetrics

    Look for caption height, (also has caption width) the default is
    -330, options are -120 (smallest) to -1500 (largest)
     
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