I'm using Adobe Reader 10.1.0 on Windows 7 Home Premium x64 with SP1. Whenever the computer wakes from sleep (or hibernation, maybe even from just turning off the screen, but I haven't tested that) Adobe Reader resizes itself. I usually open Adobe Reader maximized or full-screen, but when the computer wakes from sleep Adobe Reader restores the window size to something nearly the full desktop size, but not quite. Only Adobe Reader behaves this way, and only on this computer. Any ideas what's causing this, and how I can get it to remain maximized or full-screen when coming out of sleep mode?
I have noticed the same behavior with Reader 9.4.6. on Win XP Pro (32-bit) on a full reboot. (I do not use sleep or hibernation on this particular setup.) This is the first version (I'm fairly sure) with this problem, and it is quite annoying.
So, no one has any ideas, huh?
FWIW, this is no longer happening on my setup. I wish I could point to a specific change in my system responsible for the "fix," but this is another one of those things I simply lived with for a while to see what would happen. Lo and behold, the problem is gone... for now.
Possibilities: a) I updated to Reader 9.5.1 in mid-April; b) I disabled AdobeARM.exe (Adobe Reader and Acrobat Manager) a couple of weeks ago.