How To Fix Problem Where Google Chrome displays incorrectly in full screen mode
So today one of our amazing commercial clients experienced an issue preventing them from really doing anything with Google Chrome. So we jumped in on a remote support session and resolved the issue for them. We are going to save the details of the steps we took that did not resolve the issue.
The Steps We Took To Solve This Problem Were:
1. On your computer, click start and then search for regedit and when it appears in the results, right-click on it and select run as administrator to open it.
2. Next head over to following registry Key:
Note: If Google and Chrome Registry key is not available under Policies key, then you can create one.
For that, right click on the Policies > New > Key. Now name this key Google. Use the same process to create Chrome sub-key under Google Key.
3. On the left side select Chrome key. Now on the right side, make a right on the empty space and from the context menu select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value and name it ‘FullscreenAllowed.‘
4. Double click on the DWORD Key you just created and set the value to 0. (Here 0 means false.)
Note: Even if you’re using a 64-bit machine, still you need to create 32-bit DWORD value.
5. Exit Registry Editor and Relaunch Chrome browser. (NOTE: If it still doesn’t display correctly restart your computer and it should display properly from now on.