Greg·Wolanski —designer

Browser sizes on Windows 10

Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Edge Legacy,
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox

Resolution Browser Width1 Browser Height2
Microsoft EdgeMicrosoft Edge LegacyGoogle ChromeMozilla Firefox
1024×7681007653655657654
1280×10241263909911913910
1280×7201263605607609606
1280×8001263685687689686
1366×7681349653655657654
1440×9001423785787789786
1536×8641519749751753750
1600×9001583785787789786
1920×10801903965967969966

1 – The screen width minus the width of the scrollbar

2 – The screen height minus the height of the taskbar and the height of the browser’s user interface

 


 

Below, I share my Mosaic window manager preferences with the above table built in. I prepared the preferences for Firefox with a compact density toolbar in mind.

Due to the situation on the browser market, I do my best to work in Mozilla Firefox and test the effects of my work on Google Chrome, not the other way around.

I manage my windows with Mosaic because it lets me import and export preferences. After my last computer change, configuring my previous window manager took me several weeks of procrastination. Mosaic solves this problem.

If you want to use Google Chrome, add 17 to each height in your Mosaic preferences.

Warning: These preferences will overwrite all your Mosaic preferences.

 

Download preferences for Mosaic

 

May 2020