Occasionally Task Manager shows that "Store", "Settings", and/or "Calculator" are mysteriously running as background processes.
- There's no corresponding foreground application, just the background processes.
- I haven't interactively run either during the current session.
- Neither is listed in the "Everything" tab of AutoRuns.
Does anyone know why these foreground apps are mysteriously launching themselves as background processes?
And, ideally, how I can prevent it from happening? As discussed elsewhere (SuperUser and Thomas Vanhoutte), I could uninstall the Calculator and Store apps. But it seems like overkill to uninstall them just to defeat a shortcut key delay.