“Sticky keys” is a feature of Microsoft Windows which allows people, especially the ones with disabilities, to input keyboard shortcuts more easily. With keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl + Alt + Del, Ctrl + A, and Ctrl + Z, it is hard for some people to press and hold on a key while trying to press the other key to type in a specific keyboard shortcut. Hence, the feature “Sticky Keys” comes to the rescue, allowing people to input keyboard shortcuts in a sequence, without having them worried about pressing and holding keys at the same time.
Using Sticky Keys to Input Keyboard Shortcuts:
To be able to use this feature, the user would need to enable it in Windows by going to the “Control Panel” section, and then he can either select the Accessibility Options or the “Ease of Access Centre” option. Afterward, click on the option “Make the keyboard easier to use”, and lastly checkmark “Turn on Sticky Keys”.
In this way, the sticky key feature can be enabled and if the user wants to disable it, then he can follow the same procedure.