TOGGLE KEYS ACCESSIBILITY OPTION
Toggle Keys is a feature of Microsoft Windows. It is an accessibility function which is designed for people who have vision impairment or cognitive disabilities. When toggle key is turned on, computer emits sound cues when the locking keys (Caps Lock, Num Lock, or Scroll Lock) are pressed. A high sound is emmitted when the keys are switched on and a low sound is emmitted when they are switched off.
- To enable Toggle Keys, check Use Toggle Keys.
- Click Setting under Toggle Keys.
- Click Apply.
- Click OK.
Having enabled Toggle Keys, you can see it's effect by any of the following Keys NUM LOCK, CAPS LOCK, OR SCROLL LOCK. Notice that on doing so, you hear a beep.
To disable Toggle Keys, uncheck use Toggle Keys and then click on Apply> OK.
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