If you are on a wide-screen monitor (which I think is true for most users these days as almost all laptops as well as computer-screens are shipping with wide-screen aspect ratio, I am sure you noticed the these white space borders on left and right sides when viewing a webpage in any web browser. ON wide-screen monitors this space goes to a waste unless you use two or more website windows open side-by-side or alternatively you zoom in to the webpage to get rid of these side white-borders.
If you are using Google Chrome then Zoomy is a nice little extension that can automatically zoom-in to the webpages so that website page width fits to the current window of the Chrome. So, if the Chrome window is maximized, it means fitting webpage width to the computer screen width. So, basically you get rid of those side borders by zooming-in the webpages. Best part is it’s done automatically for each website. Although, a user can add some sites to the exclude list, so that Zoomy extension will not process them. Also the default zoom can be set manually for websites, if desired by the users (although I think this defeats the purpose of this application).
Zoomy can be downloaded from the chrome web store.
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