How To Turn Off Sticky Keys In Windows 10

Sticky Keys is an inbuilt feature in Windows that allows modifier keys like Ctrl and Shift to remain active even after when you're not pressing them.
This can help users with physical impedances, who have trouble pressing two keys at the same time.
By default, you can turn it pressing Shift five times in a row.
But this shortcut only turns on Sticky Keys, it won't turn it off, no matter how many times you press it.
This makes it easy to turn on by mistake.
Here's we know how to turn off Windows 10's Sticky Keys feature for good, and disable that shortcut.
If you need to disable Sticky Keys uses the following steps.

Options 1 – Change the registry values

Click on Windows Key + R and type Regedit and press Enter

Navigate to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Accessibility\StickyKeys

Double click on Flags, change its value to 506 and click on OK

Navigate to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Accessibility\Keyboard Response
Double click on Flags, change its value to 122 and click on OK

Navigate to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Accessibility\ToggleKeys
Double click on Flags, change its value to 58 and click on OK

Close Registry Editor and restart The computer.

Options 2. 

Pressing shift five times in a row for Sticky Keys.

Click On "Disable this keyboard shortcut in ease of access keyboard settings"

 "Sticky Keys" to "Off." You can also turn off the shortcut, so it won't activate again.

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