Windows 10: Taskbar Right click menus disappear before you can access them
Taskbar Right click menus disappear before you can access them
The taskbar has some powerful features that have become almost indispensable.
Right click gives you a menu. In the past I've just used my mouse to roll up to the item I need and click to access. NOW if I roll my mouse up to the menu, as soon as I am off the taskbar icon the menu disappears (about 90% of the time).
I can access the menu (assuming I keep my cursor on the taskbar icon) with my up/down arrow keys but this is like stopping typing to write down a sticky note with a pen -- highly inefficient.
How can I get mouse access back?
I've not found anywhere that anyone has talked about this. I can find no control panel or registry values that would obviously affect this.
Note: If I create a new account on this same computer there is not a problem with mouse access so this is likely not a virus (and I do carry an up to date virus checker)
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