@TsunamiZ Thank you very much. I appreciate your answer because I just didn't know of devs love it so.
And yes - you are right with the second part too of course.
(It was that I came to know about the keys only recently and never had used it in the years before. 😉
About the code by @tam710562 it is helping me often when working online on my blog to get up and down where I'm writing...
I noticed that the scrolling is different in Edge. Usually I know how much do I need to scroll to reach the desired position. In Edge there is some kind of a momentum for the scrolling, and to be honest it was very annoying to me.
@boneskull The workaround I have been using is 3 finger swipes. Under the Touchpad section of Windows settings you can go to Advanced gesture configuration and set either the up and down or left and right swipes to Forward navigation and Backward navigation. I set it to up and down to leave left and right for app switching.
This also has the benefit of working in any program that would accept a mouse button forward or backward button press for navigation.
As for now, - via Keyboard shortcuts - it's a limited by (only) 9 possible inputs in the category, so having 11 workspaces means two of them won't have a shortcut assigned (I have set up to use 'Shift+ 1...9')