Windows 7 comes with the amazing aero snap feature, which automatically maximizes windows when you move them to upper edges of the screen or to the right lower or lower edges. In this case if you want to just resize a program window which is quite larger in size and lower right corner or bottom edge of that window is behind the windows 7 taskbar.
In this case as right end bottom corner of the window is hidden behind the windows 7 taskbar, and if I try to move the window to the upper side due to aero snap the windows gets maximized which does not solve the problem. Here is the work around for the same to resize the windows hidden behind the windows 7 taskbar.
In order to resize this window, you will need to hide the windows 7 taskbar, by configuring it to auto hide in taskbar properties.
Once you configured this settings to auto hide, the taskbar will auto hide and then you will be able to access the corner of the window and decrease the window size. We hope you like this simple tip, you can read more windows 7 tips we have written before.