Windows 10: Random Scrolling Issues with Edge and Other Universal Apps

  1.    14 Sep 2015 #1

    Random Scrolling Issues with Edge and Other Universal Apps

    I'm encountering a number of random scrolling issues within Edge and other Universal/Modern/Store apps. When scrolling a web page, the page gets "stuck" and won't move within the browser window. Edge itself remains responsive - I can reload the page, or close its tab. And other tabs remain unaffected. Also, links on the page itself still work. I can actually interact with the portion of the page that's visible, just not scroll it in any direction. Reloading the page doesn't fix it, but if I close the tab and reopen it, then load the page again, it works (happened just this morning on "" when viewing one of Scott Adams' blog entries).

    I've noticed this behavior in at least one other app: Readiy (an RSS reader app). In the main "All Items" view, the list of articles will often become "stuck," much like a web page in Edge. I've also noticed the behavior occurs more often when using the touchpad in the Type Cover of my Surface.

    Note: I'm running the Insider Preview build 10532 on a Surface 3 (not Pro) w/4GB RAM.

    Anyone encountering anything similar?

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  2.    14 Sep 2015 #2

    Yep, me too.

    I've given up on Edge for now, I've switched to Opera, works fine.
    I'll try it again after the next update.
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  3.    09 Jan 2016 #3

    This is an old reported problem, but I'm still having the scrolling problem in the latest Win 10 1511 build.
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       09 Jan 2016 #4

    Happens frequently, when "stuck" I have found you need to move slider on side of screen to release lockup. Also see that scrolling is inconsistent even using Microsoft Sculpt mouse.
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