There is an absurd amount of wasted/unused space in the 100% zoom view of the webpage. For some usage it's not a limiting issue, but when viewing grades or grading google-embedded assignments, I'm left having to take multiple steps/extra clicks to make the most use of the available space. The Google docs grading window is particularly poorly designed, with about 20% of the width taken up by a static list of student names, and 40% taken up by blank, unused space. That leaves a paltry 40% of the page width for the actual content that I'm interacting with (the student's work). And even if that were acceptable (it's not), I still have to change the zoom factor, because at 100% some of the work is cut off by the narrow window. See yellow highlights/squiggles. Why not default to using the maximum width of the browser window?
Thanks for your consideration,