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Start menu left click stopped working. Right click okay. Windows 10.

When I left click on the Windows 'Start meno lower left, it no longer works.

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I have found a similar problem at a windows 10 forum
Suggest you look at the forum as it may help your problem
https://bobmckay.com/cloud-sass/solved-left-click-not-working-windows-10/

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