Yesterday was the first time I had turned on my laptop in over a week, so immediately I started getting notifications that I needed to update stuff. So I update my antivirus, Adobe whatever, and then run Windows Update. (I run Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit). The two updates in the list of "Optional Updates" (or whatever the wording is) were both driver updates for my wireless mouse. As usual, I just updated everything (including the optional updates) and restarted my laptop.
Now here comes the annoying problem: Whenever I try to click the middle mouse button, instead of the usual thing happening (in a web browser it allows easy scrolling, in a Java IDE it takes you to the source code of whatever method/class name you clicked, etc), a small window opens, shows all of the windows I have open, and gives me about a 1/2 second to choose which window (out of the given windows) I would like to open (See screenshot below). I find this very annoying, and I have not found any way to disable it.
Note: The rest of the mouse works: Left click, right click, and plain scrolling are fine.