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Whenever i click on something my computer exits them but in safe mode its perfectly fine

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Probably have a virus.
Start your computer in safe mode and download the free malwarebytes antivirus application (http://malwarebytes.org) and perform a FULL scan.
This will probably take a couple of hours to run.

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