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Windows Live 2011 - Width Restrictions
At home, i have a tri-screen set up. and with msn 2009 it would sit on the far left screen taking up about 1/5 of the total space leaving lots for IE9 or my respective media player. Allowing me at any time to see whos online and chat while doing other things.
But with the new msn, its huge. Even with the "compact" mode, it still takes up 1/3 of the screen. I tryed to make it smaller, but there seams to be a min width restriction as i cant make it any smaller then "Windows Live messager", in contrast Msn 2009 would stop at "Windows", so u can see the new msn is almost twice the size.
Is there any way to remove this restriction so, we could have it any size we wanted too width/length.
As i think the people at Microsoft, might of forgotten the joy of this is too sit in the background, take up little space and be useful when we need it. Not have tones of ads, take up tones of space and have soo many features it scares little kids
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