- January 11, 2010 at 7:00 am #28954
how to remove sticky keys? I tried everything but was unable.January 11, 2010 at 8:59 pm #32909
I am thinking that sticky keys in Windows XP is in the Accessibility Options in control panel and in Vista it is in Ease of Access in the contol panel…Thats where you can disable sticky keys. In Vista you can press the WINKEY and the letter U to open the Ease of Access window.January 15, 2010 at 4:04 pm #32910
Thanks a lot Mitz….I knew I could count on you.September 10, 2010 at 10:30 am #32911
if your pointing for disable sticky key box pop upHere's the things that you need to knowyou can disable it by going into control panel and into Accessibility Options, and under keyboard there is sticky keys. Remove the tick and click apply and ok. Then restartDecember 14, 2012 at 8:55 am #32912
There are number of keys which make computer hand for second and results in opening of window which remain open until user close it. This set of keys on keyboards are called stick keys.April 22, 2013 at 5:30 am #32913
StickyKeys is designed for people who have difficulty holding down two or more keys simultaneously. When a shortcut requires a key combination, such as CTRL+P, StickyKeys will enable you to press a modifier key (CTRL, ALT, or SHIFT), or the Windows logo key (), and have it remain active until another key is pressed.Open Accessibility Options On the Keyboard tab, under StickyKeys, click Settings. Do one of the following:To use the shortcut that allows you to turn StickyKeys on or off by by pressing the SHIFT key five times, select the Use shortcut check box.To specify that when a modifier key (CTRL, ALT, or SHIFT), or the Windows logo key () is pressed twice in succession, the key will remain active until the key is pressed again, under Options, select the Press modifier key twice to lock check box. To turn off StickyKeys when a modifier key (CTRL, ALT, or SHIFT), or the Windows logo key () and another key are pressed simultaneously, under Options, select the Turn StickyKeys off if two keys are pressed at once check box. To play a tone to indicate when a modifier key (CTRL, ALT, or SHIFT), or the Windows logo key () is pressed, locked, or released, under Notification, select the Make sounds when modifier key is pressed check box. To display an icon for StickyKeys on the taskbar when StickyKeys is turned on, under Notification, select the Show StickyKeys status on screen check box.April 22, 2013 at 10:58 pm #32914
Great explanation Ernesto!
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