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Turns out, a new version of Dexpot has added some new keybindings that doesn't close the window but moves them to another "virtual desktop." Solved by disabling those keybindings in Dexpot.
Such weird keyboard shortcuts usually do not come from Windows, but from some more or less legitimate software (often bloatware) which comes installed with it by manufacturer. Or they may even originate in software added by you. Sometimes they come with upgrade of sotware which was harmless before. To find out the evil-doer, start killing your background ...
That style of shortcut is called AppUserModelIDs and it's a way for newer versions of windows to allow for multiple copies of the same program to be grouped together. Many apps use it now, adobe reader, chrome, firefox, etc. It's just a way to "clean up" the taskbar. Task manager would show you what file name it loaded. Oh I see your problem, you can't ...
You may be able to use the run as administrator available on the compatibility tab. One way third party way would be with nircmd. http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd2.html#elevate
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