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Do you have Automatic Updates turned off? Because my various Windows 10 machines have all sorts of weirdness when there is a Windows Update pending, especially one that wants to restart the machine, and I ignore them for too long. I've seen the issues you are talking about only once on one machine, but on all of them I will experience keyboard and/or mouse weirdness. I used to get frustrated and curse at my machine(s), but now the first thing I do is check Windows update. Restarting and letting it update immediately cures the wonkiness.
Looks like it is almost certainly due to "Fade out menu items after clicking". Switch that off and the problem disappears, re-enable it and the problem immediately comes back. I guess it must be somehow connected to an update that occurred in the last month or so. Maybe I'll ask Microsoft.
Looks like it is almost certainly due to "Fade out menu items after clicking". Switch that off and the problem disappears, re-enable it and the problem immediately comes back.
That's great. It's always a fantastic feeling to actually get to the root-cause of these types of issues. Well, at least something you can point at that directly causes the issue.
You may have received a new Video card driver in the update and that may have caused the issue.
Another wierd one is in Windows Explorer in "List" view with several columns and you click on a program file in a column, to the right side of the open window, the columns jump over one column to the left AND does not open. This has been happening in Windows ever since I can remember.
But it does not always happen!!!???