Hi and Welcome to Just Answer, Ok, let's take a look at this;
Are you getting the full windows desktop, just not at full stretch?
If so, check the knobs on the monitor itself see if you can make the adjustments there.
Example of Button functions on your monitor itself
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Hi and Welcome Back to Just Answer,
Ok I think you where on the right track; you didn't go far enough on your tabs.
Start ->Control Panel ->Display -> Settings
Use the slide arrow, pull it right to change screen settings. Just a click at a time, then click apply and see how it looks