Using a browser to open websites in full screen is very convenient to have the whole screen available. On any web browser you can put the full screen using the F11 key on the keyboard. The problem, however, is that with Chrome and Firefox they have a very limited full screen mode.
In Chrome everything disappears and you can no longer use even the address bar which disappears completely.
In Firefox, the address bar disappears and reappears when you move the mouse to the top of the screen. The problem is that the bookmarks bar does not appear and the main Firefox options button also disappears.
Otherwise, Microsoft Edge, taking up a feature of Internet Explorer, opens to full screen, leaving all the space for web pages, m, a without it being impossible to use the address and menu bar.
If you like to browse the internet in full screen, Microsoft is the best browser, better than Firefox and Chrome. Those using Edge on Windows 10 can then set the Microsoft browser history for always open it in full screen mode and improve your internet experience.
To activate the full screen mode on browsers, just press the F11 key on the keyboard.
You can right-click on the space next to the open tab to keep the address and toolbar always visible, remaining full screen.
The problem is that the bookmarks bar does not appear and the main Firefox options button also disappears.
Microsoft Edge, as it was with Internet Explorer, however, remains fully usable, maintaining all the most important functions.
When you browse with Edge in full screen mode, just move the mouse cursor up to make the address bar reappear, the one with the favorite sites and the one with the options and all the tools.
To open Edge in full screen mode there is no modification or hack to do, in fact, just press, in fact, the key F11.