How To Make Minecraft Fullscreen Borderless

As a Minecraft enthusiast, one of the first things I wanted to do when I started playing was to make the game fullscreen borderless. It not only enhances the gaming experience but also allows for seamless navigation between the game and other applications. Let me take you through the process of making Minecraft fullscreen borderless, step by step.

Step 1: Open Minecraft Launcher

To begin, open the Minecraft launcher. This is the first screen that appears when you launch the game. You can find the launcher on your desktop or in your program files.

Step 2: Go to Launch Options

Once the Minecraft launcher is open, navigate to the top right corner and click on the “Launch options” tab. This will open a new window with various settings related to launching the game.

Step 3: Create a New Launch Profile

In the Launch Options window, click on the “Add new” button to create a new launch profile. This will allow you to customize the settings specifically for the fullscreen borderless mode.

Step 4: Name your Launch Profile

Next, give your new launch profile a name. You can choose any name you like, but it’s helpful to give it a name that indicates it is for the fullscreen borderless mode. For example, you could name it “Fullscreen Borderless.”

Step 5: Enable Advanced Settings

In the same launch profile window, scroll down until you find the “Advanced settings” section. Here, you will see various checkboxes and options. Enable the checkbox that says “Enable fullscreen” to enable the fullscreen mode for your launch profile.

Step 6: Add Custom JVM Arguments

To make Minecraft fullscreen borderless, we need to add some custom JVM (Java Virtual Machine) arguments. These arguments will modify the game settings to remove the borders.

Click on the “JVM arguments” checkbox to reveal the field where you can enter custom arguments. Add the following arguments:

-Dorg.lwjgl.opengl.Window.undecorated=true

These arguments tell Minecraft to create a borderless window for the game.

Step 7: Save and Launch

Once you have added the custom JVM arguments, click on the “Save” button at the bottom of the launch profile window. Your new launch profile will now appear in the list of available profiles.

To launch Minecraft in fullscreen borderless mode, click on the green arrow next to your newly created launch profile. The game will now launch without borders, giving you a seamless fullscreen experience.

Conclusion

Making Minecraft fullscreen borderless is a great way to enhance your gaming experience. With just a few simple steps, you can remove the borders and enjoy a seamless transition between the game and other applications. Give it a try and see how it improves your gameplay!