The Sticky Keys feature is a handy tool that allows you to press one key at a time, not all at the same time, when you use keyboard shortcuts that include the SHIFT, CTRL, ALT, and Windows logo key combination. However, some people don’t like it and prefer the old-fashioned way and want sticky keys to be turned off.
If you belong to this group of people or would like to deactivate them for another reason, you can do this in the following ways.
How to disable Sticky Keys on Windows 10
Switching off your Sticky Keys can be done in different ways. Here you will become familiar with the three most common.
First with the help of keyboard.
- This process is the quickest and easiest and requires you to press two keys on the keyboard at the same time. This can either CTRL, OLD, SHIFT, or Windows logo key.
Second, through the Ease of access the settings.
- In this process, you should first open the “Ease of Access” that can be found through the Search boxyou need to enter “Ease of Access”
and when it appears under the results, left click on it.
- Then move the switch bellows in the newly opened window “Press one key at a time for keyboard shortcuts” out
And that’s it. The sticky keys are now switched off.
Third, through the Switchboard.
- With this approach, you first need to double-click the “Sticky Keys” icon on the computer Taskbar
and after doing that, uncheck it “Turn on Sticky Keys”,
Confirm with “OK”
and voila, your sticky keys are turned off.