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Two things you could try that might hopefully work:

  • The keyboard shortcut: "Windows Key + ↑ (Up Arrow Key)" which sets a currently selected window to full screen.
  • Right-click the task bar select "Cascade windows". This shrinks and stacks all opened windows on top of eachother.
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