Kerbal Space Program is an incredible and versatile game that space-lovers everywhere have fallen in love with. There are many excellent aspects of the game, but like anything else there are a few kinks that can get in the way of an immersive experience. Screen size is one such hiccup. Here are a few different ways to make the game fullscreen.
1. Keep it simple with alt+enter.
You can always switch your computer to fullscreen mode no matter what application you’re in by hitting alt+enter. This isn’t exactly the same as switching the game to fullscreen, but it’s a convenient shortcut. Keep in mind that this could mess with the resolution.
2. Add -popupwindow in Steam.
If you launch Kerbal from Steam, you can change the launch settings within Steam itself. All you have to do is open game properties. Next, click “Set Launch Options” and add “-popupwindow”. Voila! It’s as simple as that.
3. Choose “borderless window” in the launcher.exe.
If you’re not using Steam (and even if you are) you can navigate to the KSP directory on your computer and use the launcher.exe. You’ll need to click the settings button when the game window opens (it looks like a cog). Next, ensure that Full Screen is disabled, then navigate to the advanced settings. Select “Run in frameless window”, then click “Apply” or “Accept”.