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There’s broad agreement in the gaming community that PC games are best enjoyed in fullscreen mode — it leads to a more immersive experience 7 Examples of Immersive and Inventive Video Game HUDs 7 Examples of Immersive and Inventive Video Game HUDs If you've played a game with a heath meter, you've seen a video game heads-up display. This "HUD" conveys information to you, and it's become quite ubiquitous. Read More .

But the nature of gaming on a PC means fullscreen mode also has its drawbacks. Notifications can minimize the screen without warning, background processes can launch unexpectedly 7 Windows Task Manager Processes You Should Never Kill 7 Windows Task Manager Processes You Should Never Kill Some Windows processes can freeze or crash your system if terminated. We'll show you which Task Manager processes you should leave alone. Read More , or your boss could walk into the room and find you slacking!

The obvious solution is to play the game in windowed mode. Most games provide the option their settings menu. But even then, continually looking at an ugly window border is neither fun nor immersive.

Alas, there is a solution: download Fullscreenizer.

Fullscreenizer is a clever little tool that tricks any game (or program, for that matter) into running in a borderless window. The window can be made fullscreen, thus giving the impression that you’re still playing in fullscreen mode.

To get started, grab a copy of the app, unzip the file, and run the EXE.

Now you need to return to your game’s graphics menu. Make sure you set your game to run in windowed mode. You should also change the resolution to the highest setting available. Save your changes — you might need to restart your game for them to take effect.

Use This Trick to Play Any PC Game in Fake Fullscreen Mode fullscreenizer

Now press Alt + Tab to switch from your game to the Fullscreenizer app. Press Refresh and your game should appear in the list. Finally, click Fullscreenize. Your game will once again fill up the whole screen, but this time, it will be running in a borderless window.

Have you tried the app? Did it work for you? Let us know in the comments below.

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  1. David Mauricio
    October 13, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    YUMI (Your Universal Multiboot Installer) is another one. It can be used to create a Multiboot Bootable USB Flash Drive containing multiple operating systems, antivirus utilities, disc cloning, diagnostic tools, and more.
    The executable is portable but there is also a portableapp.com version.