Enabling / disabling focus assist then left-clicking taskbar clock crashes explorer

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How to reproduce:
- enable / disable focus assist (note that changing it from priority only to alarms only doesn't cause this bug to occur) in either the settings window or the taskbar popup

- left-click the taskbar clock

 

probably has something to do with the focus assist icon appearing on the taskbar clock, that would explain the fact that only enabling or disabling focus assist causes the crash and switching between modes does not.

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