At first I though it was a problem with page scaling; when someone zooms in on their browser. In actuality I wasn't that far off!
If your DPI settings are anything other than 100% then the Application Catalog will have scrollbars all around. To change this, do the following:
Windows 7/Windows 8
- Right-click anywhere on the Desktop and select Screen Resolution
- Click Make text and other items larger or smaller
- Click the 100% radio button, then click Apply
You will need to log out/log in for the DPI setting change to take affect. But, after that .. NO MORE SCROLL BARS!! Some laptop screens will actually use 125% DPI as the default setting.
How I came across this solution has to do with an in-house application that was developed some time ago (and retired now, thank goodness). If your DPI was set anything over 100%, you would only see part of the input screen.