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note: this question is not specific to a specific version of OS X.

How come, if I expand windows in macs, they don't fill up the entire screen? I prefer for my word documents or internet to fill up the entire screen. generally, it only fills up less than half of the screen, so I see a lot of the desktop (I find it less distracting). How can you make the windows fill up the entire screen just like PCs do? (a good thing I like about PCs)
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