Possible to hide the window title bar in fullscreen mode?

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by Roknight, Jul 15, 2023.

  1. Roknight

    Roknight Bit poster

    Hi, i'm not very experienced in MacOS. I used it for about six months back in 2011, using OSX Snow Leopard. In that time I used Parallels and I really enjoyed it. I would open a guest OS in fullscreen and it would occupie the entiraty of the screen. It was like running an entire different operating system unless i pushed to the top of the screen.

    I'm using MacOS again; Monterey. Having had a good experience with Parallels in the past, I purchased a new licence. It's running fine. I've installed both Windows and openSUSE into virtual machines and they're both working great.

    My issue is that Montery doesn't behave the same way as Snow Leopard used to. When I launch the virtual machine into fullscreen mode the menu bar is hidden, but in its place is a window title bar. Is it possible to hid that window title bar as well so it's similar to Snowleopard and my virtual machine takes up the entire space of my display?

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