Laptops seem to be built for convenience. That’s because they are portable computers that are designed to be carried around with you wherever you go. However, there are trade-offs like the keyboard being exposed and susceptible to damage when the laptop is not in use.
One thing that can happen when using a laptop is Sticky Keys. Sticky keys are a known issue on certain laptops like those produced by HP. They come from multiple factors, such as bumps and vibrations that cause the computer to think that a key has been pressed and create unwanted characters such as asterisks or underscores. The solution is simple: turn off sticky keys on your HP laptop.
If you don’t want to turn off your keyboard altogether, try this step-by-step guide to help get rid of sticky keys on your HP laptop.
How To Turn Off Sticky Keys In Windows 10
The following method is the simplest approach to switch sticky keys on and off in Windows 10. To turn it off, press Shift five times with sticky keys enabled. You may also disable it by pressing any two keys at the same time.
If the above doesn’t work, or you’d like to disable this shortcut in Settings, follow these instructions:
1.Press the Windows Key or select the Windows icon in the lower left-hand corner and select Settings.
2.Select Ease of Access > Keyboard
3.Scroll down and select the Sticky Keys toggle to set it to off. You can also disable the shortcut here.