Photoshop: Is there a way to remove the extra canvas area that the Application Frame allows?

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I know the application frame is new in CS6, I like it, but I want to use it without all the extra scrolling areas it adds around the file you're working on. See the image for at I mean:
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The Application Frame is not new to CS6, it was first added in CS4.

If you are zoomed in on your image, there is an area of play to scroll around. Basically, you can scroll until your image is almost, but not entirely, off screen. If we forced scrolling to stop at the edge of the image, confusion may grow out of where your image actually ends.

If you don't want to see that blank canvas space, don't scroll so far away from your image, leave more of it on your screen.
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I didn't realize the application frame existed before cs6... I guess I'm late there. I just thought there may have been a way to remove the extra scrolling area. Thanks for your answer though.