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  1. Constantine
    September 4, 2022 @ 9:08 am

    Uninstalling Adobe Reader 64bit worked for me. Thank you


  2. Beth Satterthwaite
    January 25, 2022 @ 3:07 pm

    Please make sure you try the simplest thing first – make sure you don't have your screen saver set to change every minute. That was what was causing it for me.


  3. Ernesto
    July 7, 2021 @ 9:38 pm

    I tried a lot of methods online to fix the Windows Refreshing problem but nothing worked for me, but FINALLY Method 4 worked! But in order to make it work you need to enter into Safe Mode.

    If Method 4 using the Command Prompt doesn't work for you, restart your Windows 10 computer in Safe Mode and try it again.

    Before you enter in Safe Mode make sure you write down (or take a picture with your phone) the command prompt on the video, because you won't have internet access while in Safe Mode.

    By the way…

    Be careful when typing the Command Prompt "Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /Restorehealth", notice that there's a space between the "Dism.exe" and the "/Online", you need those empty spaces there in order for the command to run properly, otherwise it will give you an error. I made this mistake myself.

    The wrong way to type the command is all together like this: "Dism.exe/Online/Cleanup-Image/Restorehealth"… Do not do this, you will need the spaces.

    After you do Method 4 in Safe Mode, you're done! :)

    Restart your computer normally.

    Violaaa… welcome back sanity!

    If this worked for you too please leave a comment so that everyone knows it works 100%.

    I tried A LOT of methods to fix the "Windows Refresh" problem and nothing worked, but this Safe Mode method worked wonderfully.

    To enter into Safe Mode in Windows 10 is super easy… simply watch a tutorial on Youtube or follow these steps below…

    Click the Windows-button and click Power, hold down the shift key and click Restart.

    Click the option Troubleshoot and then Advanced options. Go to "Advanced options" and click on Start-up Settings, and under "Start-up Settings" click Restart.

    A few boot options are displayed, click F4 to enter Safe Mode.


  4. Rombout Versluijs
    March 31, 2021 @ 3:52 am

    Does some one know or how i can make it stop refreshing or restarting the search everytime it looses focus. So for example i have 2 windows, ill do a search in on window and let it run and get results, that all works fine. Now ill focus on that second window browser through some folders and return to that other window. Why does it restart the search and clears all the results? THis is really counter intuitive, its making me go nuts


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