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Windows from Explorer is acting crazy!

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#1 MarkCribbs


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Posted 12 August 2018 - 05:40 AM

Hey guys, my Windows Explorer is working, but if I have more than 1 window open at a time, my cursor will bring whatever window it crosses to the top. If I have a window in full screen mode, all other windows hides behind it and will not come to the top. I can't even use the right click on the window buttons in the task bar if I already have another open. I am using a Surface Pro 4 with the Insider Fast Ring 17735.rs5_release. 180807-1451. I should probably note that I do have a few (okay, quite a few) programs that Defender considers hack tools and I also have a lot of customizations for my right click. Not sure if this plays a role in anything, but there you go. I have already ran Defender and Malwarebytes and other than the above mentioned, I'm clean. If this is something simple I will feel like a fool, but at least then it will be back to normal and I will not have lose my right click settings. Thank you in advance.

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#2 Rocky Bennett

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Posted 18 August 2018 - 05:05 AM

I hope that build 17741 fixed your issue.


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