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I have a Windows 7 touch screen computer. I noticed that when I have windowed applications which are vertically scrollable, for example Windows Task manager, and I scroll (with touch) to the bottom and try to scroll further, the window moves vertically and then snaps back into place.

I can disable panning using Group Policy and then I can't scroll with touch. I would like to keep scrolling on touch, but disable the moving of the window vertically when I overscroll.

Is there a way to disable this 'over-scroll' behavior in Windows 7?

share|improve this question - this helped me out – SoluableNonagon Apr 15 '14 at 17:35
How is that question related to this one? They seem to be completely different issues. In what way did that help? – Drazen Bjelovuk May 4 '15 at 7:47

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