First, make sure that your touchpad is enabled. … To enable the touchpad in Windows 8 and 10: click Start, then click “PC Settings” -> “Devices” -> “Mouse and Touchpad”, then click “Additional mouse options”. The Mouse Properties window will open; click the tab that lists your touchpad (for example: Synaptics Touchpad).
Move your fingers between the top and bottom of your touchpad to scroll up and down, or move your fingers across the touchpad to scroll sideways. Be careful to space your fingers a bit apart. If your fingers are too close together, they just look like one big finger to your touchpad.
Keybindings: alt-up / alt-down to scroll up or down. alt-ctrl-up / alt-ctrl-down to additionally move the cursor.
Under Devices, click Device Settings tab. Highlight Synaptics TouchPad and click on Settings button. (This applies when the touchpad driver is installed.) Expand MultiFinger Gestures, and check the box next to Two-Finger Scrolling.
Sometimes abbreviated as ScLk, ScrLk, or Slk, the Scroll Lock key is found on a computer keyboard, often located close to the pause key. The Scroll Lock key was initially intended to be used in conjunction with the arrow keys to scroll through the contents of a text box.
You must use the “Category” view in Control Panel to see the Hardware and Sound option. In the Mouse Properties window, select the Wheel tab. Then, try adjusting the number of lines to scroll the mouse or try changing the mouse to scroll one page at a time. … Verify this change helps correct your mouse issues.
How to Fix Mouse Scrolling Problems on My Laptop
- Click “Start” and select “Control Panel.” Type “mouse” into the search box in the upper right corner of the screen (without quotation marks), then select “Mouse” from the results.
- Click the “Device Settings” tab. …
- Select “Scroll Selected Item” to use scrolling in an active window or object.
To use auto-scrolling, click the scroll wheel by pushing in on the wheel on a blank or empty portion of the screen. Once clicked, one of the three scrolling cursor icons (shown to the right) are shown, depending on the program you’re using.
For Windows 10
- If your keyboard does not have a Scroll Lock key, on your computer, click Start > Settings > Ease of Access > Keyboard.
- Click the On Screen Keyboard button to turn it on.
- When the on-screen keyboard appears on your screen, click the ScrLk button.
In the lower right side of your keyboard (usually between the letter keys and number keypad) is a set of four arrow keys. Pressing the up and down keys should allow you to scroll up and down the page you are viewing. If pressing the keys does not advance the page automatically, click somewhere on the page.
You can also use Ctrl+Alt+left/right Arrow keys.
The official Microsoft shortcut for Scroll Lock is Shift + F14.
- Search for Control Panel and open the application.
- Change the View mode to Large icons.
- Choose Troubleshooting from the options.
- Click on Hardware and Sound.
- Click on Hardware and Devices option under the Device section.
- Wait for the troubleshooter to find and fix any issues.
Open the Control Panel (tap the Windows key and X key together and choose Control Panel). Go to Hardware and Sound, scroll down to Synaptics ClickPad and click on it. In the window that opens, make sure the box for Scrolling is checked. If not, do so and click OK.
How to Disable Windows 10’s “Inactive Window Scrolling” Feature
- Head to the new Settings app and click on the Devices section.
- Click the Mouse & Touchpad tab.
- Switch “Scroll inactive windows when I hover over them” to off.
1 сент. 2015 г.