How to make size of Window responsive for every type of screen resolution using Windows form

It is strongly recommended using WPF because it is a much better choice for that. You can use of the Anchor and Dock properties of Controls on a Windows Form to achieve proper placement on different resolution but the result is not satisfactory. Also you can use Automatic Scaling in Windows Forms. However, in general WPF is much better choice.


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  1. Aiden

    • 2017/4/18

    It is strongly recommended using WPF because it is a much better choice for that. You can use of the Anchor and Dock properties of Controls on a Windows 

  2. August

    • 2016/7/26

    You can use of the Anchor and Dock properties of Controls on a Windows Form to achieve proper placement on different resolution but the result is not satisfactory. Also you can use Automatic Scaling in Windows Forms. However, in general WPF is much better choice. Share.

  3. Esteban

    • 2020/2/17

    I created a Layout for a Form with all it's controls on it based on a given resolution (normally the smallest one). Now I have a Size-factor 

  4. Clayton

    • 2020/10/25

    As far as I understood from your comment, you want your window to wrap its contents. You can use HorizontalAlignment="Stretch" and VerticalAlignment="Stretch" for your grids so that they will get stretched as window resizes. Also avoid fixed values like Height="34" etc. wherever possible to make it

  5. Jefferson

    • 2018/11/12

    Automatic scaling enables a form and its controls, designed on one machine with a certain display resolution or font, to be displayed 

  6. Serra

    • 2019/12/4

    I want to make size of Window form responsive for every type of screen resolution. I am developing this app on the screen size of 1366 * 768 . But its not working as expected for other screen ressolution like 1420 * 1080 I dont want to use WPF application.

  7. Guillermo

    • 2018/6/10

    This means that your app may appear on screens of many different sizes, from a How to make flutter app responsive according to different screen size?, 

  8. Coppola

    • 2020/12/15

    If you're using the list details pattern, use the stacked presentation mode to save screen space. Medium. Set left and right window margins to 24px to create a visual separation between the left and right edges of the app window. Put command elements like app bars at the top of the app window. Use up to two columns/regions. Show the search box.

  9. Briggs

    • 2017/10/1

    Mobile device platforms support devices with varying screen configurations: size, aspect ratio, orientation, and density. Different platforms have different UI 

  10. Rinaldi

    • 2019/11/26

    Responsive web design is a design approach that lets you adapt the website content to diverse screen and window sizes like desktop, mobile, and tablet. This approach helps to visualize the screen look on different screens to make it responsive anyway.

  11. Brooks

    • 2017/12/26

    Other devices — such as iPhone SE and iPad Air — have a rectangular display. If your app runs on a specific device, make sure it runs on every screen size for 

  12. Davis

    • 2017/5/5

    Responsive images are images that scale nicely to fit any browser size. Using the width Property If the CSS width property is set to 100%, the image will be responsive and scale up and down:

  13. Cain

    • 2017/3/15

    We will start by looking at the interface at different screen sizes to determine if there are points where its contents overlap or don't have enough room to 

  14. Alexis

    • 2021/2/9

    C# windows form for all screen size With resize Controls and Positioning(how to make windows form responsive)

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