I want to say that I found a small bug while playing Star Wars: The Old Republic on Windows 10. I noticed while playing SWTOR today, that when you click on one of the quickbar abilities with your mouse (on the bottom row), it switches you to the Windows desktop. The game does not crash, but it's as if you push the Windows key.
What I figured out is for some reason, the Windows taskbar is still active on parts of the bottom row while using quickbar abilities, so it thinks you're trying to adjust the taskbar in Windows. I need to report this to MS. I found an easy fix to this though. It's a little annoying, but all you have to do to fix this is just set the taskbar in Windows to 'autohide'. This way it doesn't see it. This will work until MS gets around to fixing this bug.
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