Hi, I am NO power user but have experienced these issues which I think are more Win10/Mouse combo than a TC issue. I use a Logitech MX Master mouse which I upgraded to having experienced similar issues with my earlier 'intellimouse'. I find, that no matter what I do the mouse is far too sensitive for scrolling, zooming etc in many programs. No matter what mouse setting I use it is the same - I found this all started when Microsoft (in their infinite wisdom that their way is always best) introduced those auto maximise feature where the window snaps to full screen mode when you approach the edges -yes, I know it can be turned off but the issues seem to have started with those 'enhancements' to Windows Operating System (OS). I find that in some programs simply hovering the mouse (optical read) is enough to make the panning and scrolling go nuts. I am finding that this happens to a greater degree in MS products such as MS Excel, Word etc where the mouse just seems to take on a mind of its own at times.
I don't think changing the mouse will make that much of a difference, but still may be worth exploring. However, if you have a similar level of control of the mouse as Logitech provides, I would try the setting it up for specific programs as Jeff has suggested.
There is however a 'device' control section at the bottom of the Tools-Workspace-customise - dialog box. In this you can add (sometimes auto added depending on the device) other input devices and set some basic control over what some of the controls do - I have set mine to zoom in /out with the wheel and use the keyboard keys to scroll up/down ad across. I would try that area first to see if it helps to change the behaviour of the mouse, but again (if it is an optical read type mouse your are using) than the real issue is probably in the driver or OS - I have not been able to determine which yet but my leanings are to the OS.
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