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Windows 10 problem

Discussion in 'Software' started by Johnd76, Nov 29, 2016.

  1. Johnd76

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    Hi folks,

    Over the last week or so something strange has been happening, when my laptop is sitting idle for a number or time, apps open themselves!

    It was just the settings app but since yesterday the settings, calendar and windows store apps are opening.

    any help would be great
     
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  2. Juelz

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    Doggey touchpad sticking? If when pressing down and the touch buttons stick that could cause an issue had something similar.
     
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  3. Johnd76

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    Well an update...

    I went in and turned off Superfetch in the services and the programs haven't opened up since I did that, we will see how long this lasts
     
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  4. Inaserty

    Inaserty New Member

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    i also have the same problem, how do you solve it ?
     
  5. JK2447
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    TBH as said sticky keys or similar or.... check scheduled tasks. I don't know why but as soon as I read that I thought, it sounds like a prank to me. See if someone has put a time to in to start random programs

    Click the lower-left Start button, enter schedule in the empty box and select Schedule tasks from the results.
     
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