Configure Mouse Scroll Options in Windows 10

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    The first thing that we need to do is access "Settings" by clicking the lower-left corner of the screen.
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    Then, we click "Settings".
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    When the "SETTINGS" menu opens, we need to click "Devices".
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    Then, we need to click "Mouse & touchpad".
    Now, we will be able to select three options.
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    The first option is "Roll the mouse wheel to scroll".
    We click the drop-down menu.
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    We can click "Multiple lines at a time" or "One screen at a time".
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    The next thing is "Choose how many lines to scroll each time".
    We have to move the slider to the right or to the left. In this video, it is set to three lines. If we want increase the number, then we need to move the slider to the right. For example, we can set 100 lines.
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    The next option is "Scroll inactive Windows when I hover over them".
    Now, it is set to "On".
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    To demonstrate it, we open File Explorer and an existing folders.
    There will be a scroll bar on the right side of the window.
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    We activate the "Settings" window.
    We have "Scroll inactive Windows when I hover over them" set to "On". If we scroll down with the wheel while the mouse cursor is on the passive window, then the passive window scroll bar will move down.
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Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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