Nothing is more frustrating than trying to use the mouse wheel to scroll and having the content of the browser window stop, scroll slightly then jump past the content you wish to read. I noticed this behavior when using Google Chrome on windows 8.1.
Smooth Scrolling is a useful feature that helps you read Web content that is longer than a full screen easily.This feature can be found on almost all popular browsers. For some strange reason, the Google gurus decide to include this feature as enabled by default in Google Chrome.
This article explains how to activate the Smooth Scrolling option in Google Chrome. Unfortunately, when you attempt to set this setting following the instructions in Google Chrome, you will find that Chrome indicates that Smooth Scrolling is an option only on Linux installs. Fortunately, there is a setting that enables Smooth Scrolling on Windows.
Here are the steps: