Sticky Keys is a handy accessibility feature that lets you use keyboard shortcuts by pressing one key at a time, instead of all together.

For instance, if you wanted to open the Task Manager, you could press Control, Shift, and then Escape one after the other, instead of all at once.

They're quite useful when you need them, but accidentally triggering them can be quite frustrating.

Fortunately, disabling Sticky Keys is a straightforward process. While turning them off is similar to Windows 11, we'll focus on Windows 10 here because the user interface looks different.

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