Google Chrome will no longer jump around as you load webpages

Progressive leading is a good idea – in theory. It basically means that rather than having to wait for an entire web page to load, you can view and interact with the fragments that your computer has already downloaded. The downside is that this can lead to a weird jumping experience. You might be reading a passage of text, only for your browser to render some images. The end result is that you lose your place, and have to find it again. Google thinks it’s cracked this problem with something called Scroll Anchoring, which is found in the newest version…

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