Make shortcuts easier with Sticky Keys

You would have seen many cases where we recommend using a keyboard shortcut instead of using the mouse to activate different functions on your computer. Mostly these consist of pressing down two keys at the same time, such as the CTRL and C key together. If you find it difficult to do this, there is a setting you can change.

The setting is called “sticky keys”. When sticky keys is activated you can use just one finger to activate these keyboard shortcuts by pressing the combination of keys one at a time. To turn the setting on, press the shift key 5 times in a row and click the Yes button when prompted.

Now to use this feature to copy a file, for example, press the CTRL key, followed by the C key and whatever you have selected will be copied. To turn the function off, press the shift key 5 times in a row again and click the No button when prompted.