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  1. Hi and thanks but no, removing the shortcut icon does not change the behavior. I looked at and was thinking about changing the registry but in Malwarebytes case I don't want to make a mistake even though I saved the original. I suppose there is some point where I have to weigh product features vs the anti-virus already installed, f-secure, the time spent chasing a remedy vs living with it vs uninstalling and reinstalling in emergencies. A challenge is always nice though.
  2. Hi, I know this sounds trivial but it's somewhat important to me being that I am an individual with a spinal cord injury that was incurred 30+ years ago. Getting old and wearing out! My situation forces me to use a mouthstick to do my typing due to the fact I have no motor use below my collar bones so I rely heavily on keyboard shortcuts. The shortcut of clicking the desktop and a letter will highlight an icon beginning with that letter allowing me to strike enter to open the highlighted icon. When I close or go back to the desktop all I need to do is strike another letter to open the next des
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