Someone, I think from Iraq, recently visited my now somewhat famous (but not as famous as the “pranque”) page on KENPAVE. WordPress reports their referrer is through the so-called handy-tab malware site.
I strongly suggest that you, if you are that user, visit this site: https://malwaretips.com/blogs/remove-handy-tab/ and follow the instructions to remove the offensive software on your browser. I have not used it myself, since I don’t have that malware, but at the same time, find the instructions given to be reasonable.
For most people who have fast (broadband) connexions to the Internet, and have called their ISP’s tech support, that line is quite ubiquitous. However, I have to report that doing it actually solved something for me!
Playing around with a new tablet, I made a discovery: If you press the “volume up” button and find that Microsoft Narrator opens for no reason, that means the Windows button on the front of the bezel is “stuck”.
Press the volume up button again to close Narrator. Then, tap the Windows logo on the case several times (you should switch back and forth between the Start screen and Desktop) to clear its state. Press volume up again and it should work normally.