Thank you so much sharizah, it works perfectlyI also having the same problem. It's causing by Hardware Acceleration configuration for the browser. It's back to normal after I turn off the Hardware Acceleration.
Google Chrome Settings>Advanced
I'm also having the exact same problem (exactly like @torsktunga's clip). For me, this flickering browser problem (whether it is Edge, Chrome, ...) ONLY happens when you resize the browser's window to around 3/4 of the entire screen. So having full or half of the screen or something smaller will not cause this problem.
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