Maximze Windows using batch file during start up Tags: Internet Explorer How To Maximize Windows XP Last response: January 24, 2011 4:15 AM in Windows XP Share beidog January 24, 2011 12:53:59 AM Hi, I would like to write a batch file(or more simple set up) to open a Website (Using IE) during Windows Startup and after this website open, its windows will be maximize(or full screen) automatically. Anybody how to do this? Thanks! More about : maximze windows batch file start tigsounds January 24, 2011 4:15:55 AM Have the batch Call a shortcut to IE that is already setup to open maximized. Right-click the shortcut, choose Properties, set the "Run" drop-down box contents to read "Maximized" Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumRun Batch file before Windows XP loads ForumBatch File - "Access Denied" On Windows 7? ForumStop / Start Services Windows 7 with Batch Files ForumPlaying .Wav in Batch File Forumenable/disable wireless networking batch file ? ForumBatch file renaming based on barcode ForumHow to run batch file without the DOS window poping up ForumNeed Batch file that runs whenever Windows is closed! ForumOdd batch file error (Vista & XP) ForumBatch file under Windows XP ??? ForumStart Windows Task Manager by command-line (or batch file ) Forum[SOLVED] Batch file commands not executed ForumCan you set the order that applications load during start .. ForumBatch file to open pwd protected or read only file ForumHELP!!! Please with Windows XP ForumDrivers for windows xp ForumWhere does windows XP store desktop background images? ForumFree Windows XP Home Edition Product Key ForumGames on windows xp professional disk ForumHow does one change text of filename in windows XP Pro More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !