When a process is selected on the Details tab of Windows 10 Task Manager and you scroll the list so, that the selected process isn't visible anymore, after the next list update it auto scrolls the list to make the selected process visible again.
This is an extremely irritating "feature", since it basically makes scrolling impossible when the selected process continuously jumps from top to bottom and back (for instance, you sorted the list by CPU consumption and the process consumes 0% at the one moment and 100% at the next one).
Moreover, there is no apparent way to clear the selection. Clicking outside the list does nothing and pressing Esc just closes the Task Manager app.
And even more to it, even if process doesn't jump at all but you scroll and it becomes out of the view, the list would be eventually scrolled to it in a few seconds.
Does anybody know how to disable this "feature"?