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    Unwanted Automatic Scrolling On Home Page

    Whenever I open my Home Page (http://uk.msn.com/) in Windows 7 Pro 64 bit (IE 9) or Windows 8 Pro 64 bit (IE 10) the scroll bar constantly moves up to the top of the page, which is very annoying and time wasting. How do I stop this behaviour? (It does not happen on other web pages).

    Advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks and regards, Roy
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    I have had the same problem with IE 9 on my yahoo home page. You read a article and hit the back button and instead of sending you back to the same place you were it takes you to the top of the page.
    Since I installed the preview of IE 10 it seems to have gotten worse. I am starting to see it on other web pages besides Yahoo.
    I checked all the settings and don't see anything obvious that would apply.
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    Yes, I have had that happen numerous times using IE9..

    I may be wrong, but I think it's in the coding of the website that causes that to happen...

    You can try contacting the webmaster of the site and ask them.

    Kinda like the auto refresh that the Drudge Report uses that really can drive you nuts...
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    I added my home page to the compatibility view settings, and that solved the problem. I hope this helps others with the same problem.
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