Tkinter initially creates a window that contains application components such as widgets and control bars. We can switch a native-looking application to a full-screen application by using the attribute(‘-fullscreen’, True) method. To make the window full-screen, just invoke the method with the particular window.
# Import tkinter library from tkinter import * # Create an instance of tkinter frame or window win = Tk() # Set the geometry of tkinter frame win.geometry("750x250") # Create a Text widget text= Label(win, text=" Hello\nWelcome to Tutorialspoint.com!",font=('Century Schoolbook', 20, 'italic bold')) text.pack(pady=30) win.attributes('-fullscreen',True) win.mainloop()
Executing the above code will display a full screen window.
Since the Windows control bars are hidden, we can close the window by pressing "Alt +F4".