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It keeps showing up on my taskbar above and currently disappears from the screen when I use it.

My portable Windows device uses 10 and is equipped with a Logitech mouse, but I don’t know how to prevent this notification from appearing. It stays there for 2 seconds before disappearing.

Is there a way to prevent this? There is no obvious Logitech program on my computer that I could uninstall or change settings

Computer type:

System Manufacturer/Model Number:

Operating system:


motherboard :


16 GB (8 GB x 2) G.TridentZ Skill 3200 ddr4MHz

Graphic card:

Sound indicators:

Screen map:

screen resolution:



Variable Drive Adapter:

1 current:



Hard TB Samsung 980M pro.TB 2,
1 Samsung EVO 970 Plus M.2,
NAS black WD MyCloudEX2Ultra 8TB

Internet speed:



Additional Information:

Logitech Z625 speaker system,
Webcam Logitech BRIO Pro 4k,
HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M477fdn,
Routecongestion Linksys EA9500,
Cable modem MB8611,
APC motorola SMART-UPS RT Thousand XL – SURT1000XLI,
Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G Phone

Computer type: Notebook
System Manufacturer/Model Number: Specter HP x360 2in1
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 21390 64-bit Boost
Processor: i7-1065G7 3.9 GHz

Memory: 16 LPDDR4-3200GB
Video card: Intel Iris Plus
Sound card: Intel
Screen(s): sst 13.3-inch 4K UWVA AMOLED Multi-touch Resolution:
Screen 3840 x 2160

Hard drives: 512 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD

Browser: Google Chrome
Antivirus: Windows Defender and Malwarebytes Premium

Hello everyone.

This is by far the first time this has been associated with an issue; Abnormal, very much in my experience. Tomorrow

today the mouse from all blue skies started causing injuries – i couldn’t click and use the windows taskbar because it was unresponsive every time, although i could click the token on the desktop as well as Ctrl+Alt+Dlt, windows key and pointer keys didn’t seem to do anything. .

Then, .I .connected. a, issues appearing – I was able to access the task tag, but all my desktop icons were unresponsive (I couldn’t click on them), although I could access it

only a little

of my jar file (windows explorer window) which was already considered open.

I rebooted my computer one time, and another time I had other problems – it looked like the mouse was constantly double-clicking every menu icon, and the window your mouse was over would open everything and crash. In this case, more than 10 My windows are found in front of the Web site. This

Assuming it was probably a real virus, I completely set up my computer (since the virus scan didn’t turn up any infections that needed to be scanned). After installing Windows Helpful and then installing AVG Anti the Virus, the same problems reappeared.

Sometimes, after too short a period of time, the main functions (and mouse keyboards) of the PC return, as if nothing had happened at the moment.

please please please

Help me or give me advice on what to do about this problem.


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