Step 1: Open Settings
To begin, click on the Start menu and select Settings. Alternatively, you can press the Windows key + I on your keyboard to open Settings directly.
Step 2: Go to Devices
In the Settings window, click on Devices.
Step 3: Select Mouse
In the Devices window, select Mouse on the left-hand side.
Step 4: Turn on “Always show scroll bars”
Under the “Mouse pointers” section, toggle on the switch for “Always show scroll bars”.
Step 5: Go to Additional Mouse Options
Click on “Additional mouse options” at the bottom of the window.
Step 6: Go to Wheel tab
In the Mouse Properties window, go to the Wheel tab.
Step 7: Adjust settings
Under the “Vertical Scrolling” section, adjust the settings to your preference. You can change the number of lines scrolled per notch on the mouse wheel and choose whether to scroll one screen at a time.
What if I don’t see the “Always show scroll bars” option?
If you don’t see this option, it may be because you have a touchpad instead of a mouse. In this case, you can try adjusting the touchpad settings in the Mouse Properties window.
What if I have a mouse with a scroll wheel?
If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can still follow the steps above to adjust the scroll bar settings. However, you may also want to adjust the settings for the mouse wheel under the Wheel tab in the Mouse Properties window.
Can I display scroll bars in specific apps only?
Unfortunately, Windows 10 does not have a built-in feature to display scroll bars in specific apps only. However, there may be third-party apps or software that can help you achieve this.
Overall, displaying scroll bars in Windows 10 can be helpful for users who prefer a more traditional way of scrolling. By following the steps above, you can easily adjust the settings to your preference.