my pc alt tabs by itself,

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ruben1

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not really alt tabbing and switching to another window but lowkey switching to another window but i still see the one i was on i just cant use it and have to click on it or press something to get back to it it gets annoying when i play or watch movies
 

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All we know is that you have a Windows 7 "computer".
We have no idea if you have a desktop or laptop. When did this start?
alt tabbing and switching to another window
Do you mean window or do you mean another program?
How many running programs are open? If you only have 2 open, does this stop?

Note for me: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt-Tab
 

ruben1

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im on windows 7, its weird to explain, started like 2 days ago i guess and im on a desktop and it happens on browser, games and everything else
 

ruben1

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the best way to show you would be screensharing it or something, it basically stops me from typing and tabs out, not on another program but still tabs out so i have to click on what im doing to keep going or it just makes me stop whatever im doing
 

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Sounds like the Alt-tab is stuck, have you tried a different keyboard?
 

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i think i have a clue to whats happening, ive noticed something is happenening like i was clicking on my taskbar so it stopped me from doing anything but i wasnt really clicking on it it happens alone without me even touching the taskbar
Sounds like the Alt-tab is stuck, have you tried a different keyboard?
no... i even unplugged my keyboard it kept happenin
 
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