minsize() method is used to set the minimum size of the Tkinter window. Using this method user can set window’s initialized size to its minimum size, and still be able to maximize and scale the window larger.
Here, height and width are in pixels.
Code #1: Root window without minimum size that means you can shrink window as much you want.
Initial root window without alteration in size
Root window after shrunken down, see the window is completely shrunken because it has no minimum geometry.
Code #2: Root window with minimum size.
Expanded window (we can expand window as much as we want because we haven’t set the maximum size of the window).
Window shrunken to it’s minimum size (one cannot shrunk it any further).
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