Mine's a computer annoyance as well. Windows10 (apologies for swearing
). At infrequent intervals Windows decides to auto rearrange my desktop to put all the icons neatly on the left hand side of the screen. I work from the desktop, clicking on the icons to bring things up, not the menus (I hate menus as time wasters, whether on a computer or a camera). It happened again yesterday and I've now installed Icon Shepherd which says it can restore the desktop when Windows does this (must be a common problem for someone to write a program to solve it).
At FREQUENT intervals, Win10 decides to hide icons on the taskbar, and I have to go into settings to restore the settings as I set them, rather than how Windows choose to reset them. I've just done this (again!) which prompted this rant.
And on a related topic - why did Microsoft implement the vertical scroll bar as they did? OS/2 got it right, and MS never caught up. Drag down on the bar, and veer outside the confines for a moment and it shoots up to the top. Watching the mouse position carefully to make sure it stays within the track and watching the screen as a whole isn't always straightforward. OS/2 simply stopped the scroll at the point you'd got to if you moved the cursor outside the area. Much easier.