This is my first question so forgive my inconsistencies in Stack Exchange writing convention.
I am using a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B connected to a 5" (800*480px) HDMI touchscreen. [Here is the Amazon link for the exact screen I am using: https://www.amazon.com/Elecrow-Capacitive-interface-Supports-Raspberry/dp/B07FDYXPT7/]
My setup seems to be functional, the screen interfaces with the RPI properly and it detected it's proportions instantly after a restart, however, my problem is that some application windows are too large to fit within the screen borders. I am aware that I can hold the left Alt key while dragging a window to reposition it, but due to my application, this can be somewhat tedious to do all the time.
I prefer not to use any virtual machine or non-Raspbian (current installed OS) operating system to fix this issue, I simply wanted to know if there are any ways to decrease the sizes of all application windows without modifying the resolution/ratio of the display.
Here are some other similar questions that I have read to reference, (none have sufficiently solved my issue.):
Here is some extra information:
Display.Overscan is disabled.
Screen is connected to RPI via Micro-HDMI 0 to the HDMI port on the display.
Using Raspbian OS with desktop and recommended software.