Google Chrome Now Prevents Irritating Jump When Scrolling Pages

Have you confronted any annoying problem when using Google Chrome, both desktop, and mobile versions? I have used the Chrome browser for years, and the most annoying issue is that it always jumps up while scrolling pages when the pages don’t load 100%.

For example, if you have a low Internet connection and load a web page, and it didn’t load completely, just a half of it. However, you want to read that part and scroll down to read. Unfortunately, when the page is loaded entirely, Google Chrome will jump up to the beginning of the web page, and so you have to scroll down again to read.

Understanding this irritating problem in the Chrome browser, Google has pushed a new update for this most popular internet browser to prevent those jumps. That said, you don’t need to worry about this issue anymore.

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According to the information provided by Google, the company has tested this feature in some beta versions, last year, and decided to bring this feature to users. As the plan, this feature will be available for mobile, but now it’s available for all versions: desktop and mobile.


In case you are a developer and understand programming codes, check out this technical guide to know how does it work. For users who haven’t faced this type of Google Chrome issues before, taking a look at the video above for seeing the real problem before and after the Chrome’s update.

Have you upgraded your Google Chrome yet?

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