In recent months, Microsoft’s flagship browser is Microsoft Edge is getting more and more popular among PC usersthis is of course due to Microsoft’s steps to make the browser as a browser default browsers on Windows 10 and Windows 11.
Even so, Edge still has quite a few problems, one of which is the screen turning black when scrolling. Therefore, at this opportunity, WinPoin will provide some tips to solve this problem.
1. Clean b datarowing in Microsoft Edge
You will experience a black screen when scrolling in Microsoft Edge when there is a corrupted cache. Therefore, you can clean your browsing data in Microsoft Edge. If you don’t know how, you can follow these steps:
- Open the Microsoft Edge browser.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Delete (keyboard shortcut) to open the delete browsing data page.
- Just set whichever you want to delete along with the time.
- Click Clear Now to start cleaning
2. Update mouse and graphics drivers
If the problem is in the driver section, you have to visit the web according to the drivers installed on your device like AMD Driver Autodetect, Intel Driver Update Utility, Dell Update utility or NV Updater.
3. Disable hardware acceleration
Microsoft Edge Hardware Acceleration is a technology designed by Microsoft to improve the performance of the Microsoft Edge browser. However, this feature can sometimes cause problems with Microsoft Edge, one of which is a black screen.
To solve this problem, you can follow the steps that WinPoin has prepared below:
- Launch the Microsoft Edge browser.
- Click the more menu or the icon with three horizontal dots in the upper right corner and select Settings.
- On the left, select the System and performance option.
- Next, just disable the “Use hardware acceleration when available” option.
4. Check windows updates
Microsoft usually releases minor updates in Windows to fix minor issues quickly. Therefore, if your device is still experiencing the same problem over and over again, it doesn’t hurt for you to check Windows Update and install it, if it is available.
5. Reset Microsoft Edge
Those are some tips from WinPoin for those of you who experience black screen problems when scrolling in Microsoft Edge.
Good luck and I hope the tips above can help solve your problem