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In Lightroom CC I'm missing the minimize, Expand and close buttonsadobe.PNG

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Missing Minimize, Expand, Close Buttons

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I'm using  Windows if that helps

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Apr 25, 2018

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Have you installed the cloud based Lightroom CC (that has a slimlined interface and less feature) instead of the traditional folder based Lightroom Classic that you may have intended?

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Apr 25, 2018

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No, Reed...that screenshot is from Classic.

It looks as though the old full-screen mode has been employed, so Shift-F a couple of times to toggle through the various full-screen displays until the 'normal' screen mode is restored.

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Haha, indeed Jim, my post wasn't the best constructed ever! My thinking was that DSW5 was missing the interface in the screengrab

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Thanks!  I had the same question and your solution worked for me!  I feel so dumb but at least I can follow directions!

 

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You can try Ctrl Alt F. That will bring up the Normal Screen.

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And shift + F will toggle through the different screen modes.

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In Lightroom Classic CC, pressing Shift F repeatedly cycles you through different desktop views for the program. One of them will include the minimize / maximize / close buttons in the upper left corners in Windows 10.

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