Don't worry about your age, there are much younger than you that are not even able to describe the problem. I appreciate people that are willing to learn new things, instead of raising their hands and giving up.Thank you for your response. I am a not particularly tech savvy 86 year old analog human transitioning into this digital world one smart person like you at a time. - I have no idea what program installation may have resulted in said problem or when it may have been installed. If, as you suggest, the problem may be due to a windows 10 update, could it possibly be resolved by the next such update? - I only mentioned Chrome thinking that it might be relevant to the problem; I see the error box (please see attachment) when I click on websites or files. - Is there any other possible solution? Again, thank you for taking the time to help. Rochana
I have created many text files using OpenOffice (because it's free) and have moved shortcuts of a number of them to my desktop.
I think that I get the error box when I open file or website, but not always.
However, my access to either is not affected; I just close the error box and nothing happens, so perhaps its appearance is just an irritation without having a detrimental effect - what do you think?
I followed your instructions above re: taking screen shot(s) of the list of programs (16 of them), but I was unable to take the necessary two such shots, so I took a photo of same for attachment. Again, thank you.