A few months back, I noticed that Windows had started a new bit of behaviour that I've been finding quite annoying: it refreshes a view of a folder in File Explorer spontaneously *without* my having requested it.
For example, if I'm gradually scrolling down a Details view or a Large Icons view that fills several pages, I might be several pages down when it spontaneously refreshes and I'm suddenly back at the top of the list. I'm at a loss to know what is triggering this behaviour but I'd really like to stop it if I can. I keep losing my place and having to start over. (I also see this behaviour occasionally if I'm on a website that has Disqus on it; I start reading through the comments in Disqus and then, bingo, the page completely redraws and it repositions to the first comment. However, this may be a browser or website issue for all I know.)
I'm guessing that some genius at Microsoft perceived a reason for this and added it to Windows, although what reason that could be eludes me. In any case, I'm hoping there's some way to turn it off.
Can anyone advise me on how to disable that "feature"?