Windows 10: Photos app and scrolling issue

  1.    22 May 2016 #1

    Photos app and scrolling issue


    When I open a photo from the file explorer using the photo app I cannot scroll through the next photo. I just installed windows 10, and in my previous installation of windows 10 this wasn't a PROBLEM, AND ITS DRIVING ME CRAZY! Please help me fix it.
    I have already tried everything I could find posted about this but nothing helped!
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  2.    22 May 2016 #2

    Hi, should work...does for me. Have you tried uninstalling, reinstalling Photos?

    Presumably scrolling works elsewhere.

    A couple of other people have reported this issue here- unresolved.

    This one suggests an issue with a Logitech mouse:
    Windows 10 Photos problems (fixes? not alternatives) - Windows 10 Forums
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