Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
When I start the computer and then click on any program/application that will come up on my computer about 15-60 times. With one click I will probably get about 20 windows and when I double click.. well it's more. When I go to the start menu my mouse will click automatically on anything the cursor is over. The strange thing is I have figured out how stop this from happening. Before I click on anything when I first start up the computer I hit any key on my keyboard and then the mouse starts working perfectly, everything is back to normal. I have scanned with mcafee (nothing comes up), avg, privacy guard, adaware. I found a few tracking cookies on avg but I think they are harmless. Thanks for any help! (:
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In an open Finder window, select the file you wish to make
the default application change to.
Right-click your mouse or use a "Ctrl-Click" with the keyboard to bring up the contextual menu for the file.
Press the "option" key on your keyboard and you will notice
that the "Open With" menu item in the contextual menu will change to "Always
Open With." Select the "Always Open With" option in the contextual
Select the Application from the "Always Open With" menu to
make your changes to the file, and the newly selected application will become
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