Windows 10: Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue?

Discus and support Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; One of a couple annoying things with Windows 10 (maybe with other versions too, I'm not sure) is this: - When I open the Task Manager with focus on the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Paultx, Jun 2, 2021.

  1. Paultx Win User

    Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue?


    One of a couple annoying things with Windows 10 (maybe with other versions too, I'm not sure) is this: - When I open the Task Manager with focus on the Processes tab, which has processes that go beyond the initial "window", if I use my mouse wheel while it's just hovering over the Task Manager it scrolls right away, and that's great! - When I open the Start menu, if I use my mouse wheel it doesn't scroll while hovering... I have to click on a blank area of the menu or its scroll bar for the wheel to work there. Is it a bug? Or merely one of those infamous Microsoft/Windows inconsistencies? Is there a way to fix that? TIA. Windows 10 Pro 20H2 19042.906

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    Paultx, Jun 2, 2021
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  2. Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue?

    Hola Paultx,

    The issue you have posted with the start menu happened to me sometime ago, when I changed the synaptics touchpad driver to newer. What I did is just switch to the old driver and everything is so far good.
    I can suggest you to look at the mouse and touchpad settings and if you can't find anything to adjust, try with another driver and be ready to rollback.

    HTH
    Ivan


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    Ivan Petrov, Jun 2, 2021
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  3. Paultx Win User
    Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue?

    One of a couple annoying things with Windows 10 (maybe with other versions too, I'm not sure) is this:

    - When I open the Task Manager with focus on the Processes tab, which has processes that go beyond the initial "window", if I use my mouse wheel while it's just hovering over the Task Manager it scrolls right away, and that's great!

    - When I open the Start menu, if I use my mouse wheel it doesn't scroll while hovering... I have to click on a blank area of the menu or its scroll bar for the wheel to work there.

    Is it a bug? Or merely one of those infamous Microsoft/Windows inconsistencies?

    Is there a way to fix that? TIA.

    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 19042.906
     
    Paultx, Jun 2, 2021
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  4. Ghot Win User

    Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue?

    Scrolling problem, is it a bug or a consistency issue?

    @Paultx

    I can tell you that mine, scrolls after just a hover on both.
     
    Ghot, Jun 2, 2021
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