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For about a week, everyday something de-selects the window i currently have in the front. It can be games (Windowed - havent tried Full screen yet) videos, internet, everything. Nothing actually appears on the screen. So i can't see what is pulling focus away.

    I can write you a simple program that would log the time and process name each time the foreground window changes.  Then, after the focus gets stolen, you can open the text file and find out which process received the focus at that time.  Would you like that?
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    I can write you a simple program that would log the time and process name each time the foreground window changes.  Then, after the focus gets stolen, you can open the text file and find out which process received the focus at that time.  Would you like that?

That would be very helpful. Currently it shows nothing. No messages or anything.
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post #13 of 14
    Here it is:

ForegroundProcessLogger.zip 7k .zip file

    When you run it, it will create a log file in the same folder that it is running from (so be sure to extract the ZIP to a specific folder before running the program).  The log file will contain a Date/Time, pID, and Path entry each time that the foreground process changed while the program was running.
    While the program gets a virus detection score of 7/51 on VirusTotal.com, I assure you that it does not do anything beyond what I described above.
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by Techie007 View Post

    Here it is:

ForegroundProcessLogger.zip 7k .zip file

    When you run it, it will create a log file in the same folder that it is running from (so be sure to extract the ZIP to a specific folder before running the program).  The log file will contain a Date/Time, pID, and Path entry each time that the foreground process changed while the program was running.
    While the program gets a virus detection score of 7/51 on VirusTotal.com, I assure you that it does not do anything beyond what I described above.

Thanks, put it into a folder and loaded it up. The next time the window is de-selected i will have a look at what it says and report back.
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