Windows is by far the most commonly used Operating System in the world. Among the different versions of Windows OS, Windows 10 has caught the attention of users quite more. But there are a few features that the users feel disturbed about. One of those features is the “Sticky Keys” feature.
Sticky Keys feature enables the user to press one key at a time while using keyboard shortcuts (eg CTRL+ALT+Del) in windows 10. This might come across as useful, but not everyone will be compatible with you. So it’s very important to know how to turn these Sticky Keys on and off.
Steps to Turn Sticky Keys On Windows
Here are three different methods by which any user can turn the Sticky Keys on:
The first method is by using the “Shift” key:
- Press the shift key continuously for 5 times.
- A dialogue box will appear. Click on “Yes”.
The second method is by making it in ease of keyboard setting:
- Type “Keyboard” in this search box of Task box and choose “Ease of access keyboard Settings” from the menu.
- Click on “Press one key at a time for Keyboard Shortcuts”.
The third method is by realizing the goal in the control panel:
- Search “keys” and click “turn on easy access key” in the results.
- Select “Turn on Sticky Keys” and click “Ok”.
How to Turn Sticky Keys Off on Windows
There are these 3 methods to turn the sticky keys off:
- The first method is by using keyboard shortcuts. You need to press two keys simultaneously on the keyboard (eg CTRL, ALT, Shift, Windows Logo Key, etc).
- The second method is by achieving the goal in Ease of Access Keyboard Settings:
- Open “Ease of Access Keyboard Settings” with the help of the search box.
- Toggle off the option that says “Press One Key at a time for Keyboard Shortcuts”.
3. The third method is by realizing the target via the Control Panel:
- Double click on the “Sticky Keys” icon on the taskbar to display the Setup Sticky Key window.
- Deselect the “turn on Sticky key” and click on “Ok”.
Like every other feature installed in a device, the “Sticky Keys” option of Windows 10 is both liked and disliked by the various users. Keeping this in mind, Microsoft has given this advantage to the users to turn it off and on as they want it to be.