Tkinter – Maximized Window
In Tkinter, you can initialize a maximized window by setting the state of the window to zoomed. Maximized window means the window occupies the whole screen.
To initialize a Tkinter window with maximized state, create the window and set the state to zoomed as shown in the following.
window = tk.Tk() window.state("zoomed")
In this tutorial, you will learn how to maximize a Tkinter window, with examples.
1. Maximize Tkinter window
In this example, we create a basic Tk window in maximized state.
import tkinter as tk # Create the main window window = tk.Tk() window.title("PythonExamples.org") # Maximize window window.state("zoomed") label = tk.Label(window, text="Hello World!") label.pack() # Run the application window.mainloop()
In this Python Tkinter tutorial, we learned how to create a Tkinter window in maximized state, with examples.