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Surprised at that.... I've used logitech for years. This one is my travel one and probably over 6 years old, my desktop one lasted lasted for what seemed an eternity (can't remember which model it was), and only replaced it because I wanted to get rid of the charging dock off my desk. I replaced it with a MX Master 2S.
Some of their drivers/devices/protocols are stable and some aren't. They keep making new ones. Probably planned obsolescence so you can't use another dongle when you inevitably lose the one that goes with it, but i've good luck with some mice, bad luck with others (and one bad keyboard which was what was the last straw for me).
Could be a windows update killed it.
Now that lower power bluetooth exists it might be time to upgrade your mouse.
I very rarely felt the need of a wireless mouse / keyboard, and very often swore loudly against them.
If I will ever buy some again I will go with bluetooth, at least they have the advantage of not binding a precious USB port on my laptop - I do embedded work and I rarely use less than 3 ports, saving 2 would help me avoid the use of a finicky hub (some devices also suck with unpowered hubs, yes I'm talking about you Vector VN1611).
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My SO has the problem that her cursor will disappear for some time and then reappear a few seconds, to many seconds later. She's asked me diagnose it but I have no idea. Tried new batteries, new mouse and nothing has helped. Her son's building her a new computer so told her to live with it for now.
I'm sure I had that on my main desktop machine shortly after I had built it. I'm pretty sure it was driver related, and not the mouse driver. I can't remember if it disappeared after a chipset update or a gpu update.
She had a crappy computer that was real dirty so I used canned air and cleaned it up. After that it wouldn't boot so she had a really old crappy machine that we got up and running so she would have something. So I'm not real worried about the mouse problem because the computer she's got now isn't worth getting stressed over.
Can't read the linked item - it is asking for me to allow it to see my Location. Why?
I have never allowed anything to see my location. My PC is a desktop and does not have any location detection on it.
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have taken complete control?
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To be fair it's not that much of an exaggeration to say that half of Microsoft's developer products have start with the word 'Visual'. If they'd developed Skype internally they'd probably have called it Visual Phone Calls.