Linux and Windows have a number of differences. One of the little things that I found useful on Linux (this may be specific to certain desktop environments, such as LXDE in my case), was that if I used the mousewheel to scroll while the cursor was over a window, it would scroll up and down on that window, even if that window did not have UI focus at the time.
On Windows, however, if you use the scroll wheel while the cursor is over a window, it will only function if that window has UI focus, meaning I need to click on the window or alt-tab to it first.
Is there any way to make Windows match this Linux/LXDE behavior with scroll wheels? (preferably without also changing window focus in the process)
While this is not something all that important, it is something I've gotten used to, and would like to have it on Windows if I can.