Windows 10: Prevent window movement when scrolling to scroll boundaries?
Prevent window movement when scrolling to scroll boundaries?
Hi, recently I have upgraded to Windows 10 and was wondering if it's possible to prevent the slight up/down movement that happens to certain windows when scrolling to the 'scroll boundary' whilst scrolling with touchscreen or trackpad as shown here
I don't mind it for most windows, but is particularly annoying as it happens on Classic Shell / Start10 start menus like this and "lifts" the menu away from the taskbar. If anyone could help with this it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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