Web browsers like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Google Chrome all use toolbars. Toolbars contain navigation icons such as the "Back," "Forward," "Refresh" and "Stop" buttons as well as other interface elements, such as configuration menus and the address bar, which displays the address of the current Web page in the Web browser. It's possible to hide toolbars in Web browsers, but you can use your browser's menu to re-enable hidden toolbars. Web browsers also have a full-screen mode, where they take up the entire screen and hide the toolbar.
View the menu bar by pressing the "Alt" key on your keyboard.
Click the "View" menu on the menu bar.
Hover the mouse cursor over "Toolbars" in the "View" menu.
Click the name of the toolbar you want to show.
Click the "View" menu at the top of the Mozilla Firefox window.
Hover the cursor over "Toolbars" in the "View" menu.
Click the name of the toolbar you want to display.
Reveal the menu bar by pressing the "Alt" key.
Click the "View" menu at the top of the Safari window.
Click the "Show" option for the toolbar you want to reveal near the top of the menu.
- Press the "F11" key on your keyboard to toggle between full-screen mode and windowed mode in your Web browser.
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