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Fixes for Scroll Bar Missing in Google Chrome

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Common Browser Issues

A recent bug in Google Chrome is scroll bar not showing. When surfing the web on any desktop web browser, we need to scroll web pages to view content. So scroll bar missing can be very annoying. It is possible to use the up/down arrow keys or the mouse to scroll, but this issue sort of spoils the browsing experience. Besides, it is best to solve any and all errors before it causes further damage.

Update Google Chrome

We suggest updating Chrome from the web browser itself rather than downloading it through a link and then doing it. To do it, type chrome://settings/help on the address bar of the browser and press Enter. Wait for Google Chrome to look for updates. Chrome will inform if it is up to date. Usually, it will be.

Google Chrome Update

Website Problem

Rarely, the issue likely has to do with how the webpage is loaded in Chrome. That may have caused its scroll bar to not function properly on that particular site. To confirm whether it occurs only on that website, go to a different site and check whether you can see scroll bar on it. Otherwise, try opening that site on another web browser and check if the issue occurs on it too.

Browser Extensions

Do you remember installing an extension lately? To confirm it, just open Chrome in the private browsing mode by pressing Ctrl, Shift and N simultaneously. Every extension except some, such as security or antivirus, will be disabled in this mode. If you have such extensions that are not disabled, then you should do it manually. Before that, open that website on Chrome’s Incognito Mode and check whether the bar is there on the right side. If it is there, an extension may be to blame.

In that case, you need to turn off every one extension at a time to discover the one that causes the issue. To do it, first you should open the page with the scroll bar problem and then click on the three dots. You may then move the cursor over to More tools and choose Extensions. To disable, just click the blue toggle switch below each extension to make it white. If you remember which extension you installed last, start the disabling from it.

If the above steps fail to resolve the problem, then try taking measures such as resetting Chrome and reinstalling it (as a last resort).

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