Fix: Empty area at the top of the screen when maximizing the window

Fix: Empty area at the top of the screen when maximizing the window

Some Windows 10 users have reported that when maximizing an application window, such as a browser (Chrome, IE, etc.) or program, a blank or black area appears at the top. The rest of the screen looks and behaves normally. This problem bothers many users, and if you are one of them, here is the solution to fix it.

In this article, we will look at some of the best methods to solve the empty area at the top of the screen problem.

What causes a blank area at the top of the screen in a maximized window?

What causes a blank area at the top of the screen in a maximized window?

If your user profile is corrupted, you may get a blank/empty area at the top of the maximized window when setting up multiple monitors. In addition, the protected view and hardware acceleration of Office applications can also cause the error in question. read more

Fixed: Printer that continues printing documents in an inverted color

Sometimes you may need to print a document in “negative” format. This means that everything will print in reverse order: black will print as white, and white areas as black. This is especially useful if you are editing your output with a camera.

In other cases, you may need to print a mirror image of the output, which is useful if you are creating output for photo transfer processes or screen printing. There are several ways to create negative output, and they all involve the printer driver. read more