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Hi. You are one of several people who have reported similar problems after updating Windows 10. The only advice we can give you for now, is to roll back the Windows update, and keep an eye open for a fix. I am sure Microsoft and Adobe are aware of it.
You may be able to see the update KB4089848 when you go in the pc Settings > Update and Security > View installed update history.
That seems to have been the one problematic for me and many others. You can uninstall it but it might not work. I had to use and extra little Microsoft troubleshooter to hide that specific update so it doesn't install itself when restarting.
There might be some extra answers here https://twitter.com/SydWeiler/status/983898360036851712.
Hopefully you find the solution!
Had the same bug happening.
And after some research I found out I did not have the famous update that was causing the issue.
However, the twitter feed posted in here was helpful to say the least.
It helped me out. And I am really grateful for this. It kept me off my job for a couple of days already.
Thx for helping me out folks!
You Are My hero!! Thank you - That was very painless!
Instead of rolling back windows update, I came across this that solved my issue without having to do Win Tab or use Notepad or anything complicated. Here: Unexpected panning or scrolling in some apps with pen after applying - Microsoft Community
Hello, it is the same link I give, with additional information from Adobe