Okay here is an update....I downloaded malwarebtes 1) "Hi! I'm thinking you mean you ran sfc /scannow from command prompt" (I could correct this grammatically but I'm not going to) Yeah that's what I said ("I just performed a system scan with regedit using sfc /scannow and it said "Windows Resource Protection did not find any Integrity Violations"). It's pretty clear that I used the command prompt to perform such an operation regardless of the fact I wrote "with regedit". 2) "I do not understand what you mean by not getting pictures from screen saver" Here is what I actually said ...."I don't get pictures posted to me anymore for my screen saver". If you look closely (which you didn't) you will see I used the word 'for' not 'from'. What you saw was your own thing and took the sentence completely out of context. That's your problem not mine. Since you have a hard time understanding what I meant, or could possibly have meant if you read between the lines...I'll explain it to you. Windows 10 used to post pictures to me on startup and I would click "like it" or "dislike it" and it would use them pictures as my screen saver. If that isn't happening anymore when I haven't purposefully altered any settings to do with that then obviously something is amiss. 3) "Also don't understand"current things that are not the same as they were a month ago" Another misquote. First of all here is what I actually said "Current things that are not the same as when I opened the laptop on its first day a month ago" (then listed the things that are not the same). That sentence is pretty self explanatory but you seem to have this annoying habit of quoting only parts of sentences which then takes it out of context. My language skills don't need reading. In fact your reading skills need cleaning ps. I'm trying to see where you actually helped me with any of my issues instead of trying to correct grammatical errors that either didn't matter or simply were not there in the first place. Keyboard warrior?