Virus, Infection or tampering by unknown?

Help? Everyone says here the viruses do not affect Mac well what because shortly after to the 'El Capitan' upgrade, I found strange things current and lack of control and the elements. I'm not a Mac guru so anything I can describe is I have the following questions:

My office is Kings of gradient on one side that if you click on the contrary, that it moves from one side is always shaded now not a clean full screen.

I have no access to my items on my desk, you can click on them and nothing happens even on my hard drive icon.

I have no access to my main menu bar where is my Apple, Control Panel etc. so I can't close my Mac down, or iTunes etc from here because he's not here.

Sometimes, the touchpad started acting crazy and cannot control things.

All of these symptoms are new after the "El Capitan" installed. I met many pages where it looked like a malware or something took over my open tabs and receive an error message saying that my Mac has encountered a problem and I need to call 888 phone number I think it is but not exactly sure about that?

Any help or ideas on how to get this thing back to normal would be appreciated.

Gene

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I suspect you have malicious software (not a virus).

DO NOT CALL 888 NUMBER because they will try to get you to give money.

You don't need to use their services.

You restart computer and now the left-right-Shift key.

Then download the following applications, run.

I think that will remove your Malware.

https://www.Malwarebytes.org/antimalware/Mac/

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