Having used a Lenovo work machine before, they often ship with some software pre-installed called
Auto Scroll Utility.
Having been very confused what they could have been, I noticed the behaviour of moving my mouse to the edge of the screen causes the window to "float" the opposite direction to the mouse, which to be honest was quite helpful, but I believe that is what is causing your issues.
Try and uninstall the
Auto Scroll Utility from Lenovo, and see if that resolves your issue, as this isn't a standard Windows feature.
For more information, see here
This program provides a function to improve usability for window
operation. Window position of the foreground application is
automatically adjusted. And for Windows 8 style UI, scroll bar is
In case you need them, uninstall instructions from here
[Mouse and Keyboard]
Start Windows and logon with an administrator account.
Hold down the Windows logo key and press X to open a menu at the lower-left area of the screen.
Select Programs and Features from the menu.
Select "Lenovo Auto Scroll Utility", and select Uninstall or
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete uninstallation and
restart the computer.