While launching the new version of edge browser, Microsoft actively contributes to the chromium open source platform, and actively submits new ideas and fixes various errors. In the past few months, Microsoft and Google have teamed up to introduce the scrolling features of the classic version of edge into open source projects and enable support for smooth scrolling. < / P > < p > this feature is especially obvious when scrolling long pages, allowing users to slide pages without significant delay. Microsoft said that the delay of touch scrolling is more obvious than that of mouse or keyboard scrolling, but the scroll predictor algorithm can better solve the problem. < / P > < p > the scroll predictor algorithm submitted to chromium is applicable to all desktop platforms, including windows 10, to measure the average distance between the finger position and the rendered position. The purpose of this new study is to verify an optimal prediction time and a prediction algorithm that can minimize latency without increasing jitter. < / P > < p > wrote in the chromium proposal: “the CL proposes an experiment that discusses how to change the prediction time used by scroll prediction to reduce the average lag in touch scrolling.”. < / P > < p > in separate error reports, Microsoft, Intel and Google are investigating a problem where frames lag significantly when scrolling pages with videos. For example, on devices with Intel GPU and windows 10, users may notice scrolling lag when playing YouTube video. Global Tech