Microsoft's Windows 10 OS To Get Interactive With Chrome Scrolling

By Kunwar Kunal
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Microsoft will now be providing users with an easy browsing experience. Over the last few months, the company has added its contribution to the Chromium open-source project which has boosted the performance of both Edge and Chrome browsers. Microsoft is now looking forward to making Chrome scrolling more interactive on Windows 10.

 Microsoft's Windows 10 OS To Get Interactive With Chrome Scrolling

 

Microsoft has already shipped the responsive-looking scroll to its Chromium oriented Edge browser's Dev and Canary channels which can be enabled by default. While the brand will take some time in porting this interactive scroll animation to Chrome, as it is working on the experiments. Once the scroll animations get enabled, your interaction using the mouse wheel on the web browser pages of Chrome and Edge will allow the scrolling of content faster. The scrolling will further get slowed down when the wheel becomes sluggish.

Besides, Microsoft is keen on introducing percent-based scrolling for Chromium browsers. As per the company, this kind of scrolling will be used by Window apps as a percentage of the scroller's available size, which will greatly improve Chromium that now scrolls for a limited amount.

It is because of the current scrolling's troublesome scenario to maintain track or read the contents being scrolled down on Chrome, percent-based scrolling comes into the picture. And this kind of percentage scrolling can be tested in Chrome by activating the feature flag. With these updated scrolling features, Microsoft can easily tackle the problems issued by both the mouse of poor quality and slow working touchpad key.

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