Windows 10: Sticky Keys

  1.    08 Mar 2017 #1

    Sticky Keys

    If you push the shift key 5 times a prompt comes up asking if want Sticky Keys or not.
    If you select yes then the next time you hit the Shift, Control, Alt or Window key, a beep sounds and the next key you hit will be effected by the Sticky Key.

    This very handy if you can only type with one hand.

    For example if you hit the shift key, hear the beep, and the next key you hit is p it will come out P. if you hit p again without hitting the shift key again it will come out p. Supposedly.

    After series of uses my Sticky Keys sticks (won't shut off).
    To shut it off I hit the shift key 5 times or until I hear a funny beep.

    Is there an easier way to shut it off? Preferably from the key board?

    Don Cole
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