Windows 10: How do I disable keyboard language switching shortcut (CTRL + LSHIFT) Solved

  1.    03 Mar 2018 #1

    How do I disable keyboard language switching shortcut (CTRL + LSHIFT)


    It's kind of annoying because I don't use special characters like , ever in my life, and especially after my gaming session. While in games I tend to use CTRL and LSHIFT quite a lot and often times the 2 buttons are being held down simultaneously. The keyboard language would then switch between the US and US INTL (International) keyboard.
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  2.    03 Mar 2018 #2

    Hi, please see
    How to disable Ctrl+Shift keyboard layout switch (for the same input language) in Windows? - Super User

    and read on to section about Win 10. Perhaps this will help.
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