StickyKeys

StickyKeys

An accessibility feature that lets users Enter key combinations with one hand. When pressing Ctrl, Alt or Shift and letting go, the computer considers them still depressed so that pressing the next key results in a combination such as Alt-F or Ctrl-B.
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The options you have here are StickyKeys, ToggleKeys and FilterKeys.
Enabling StickyKeys makes Ctrl, Alt, Shift and Windows behave as pressed until the next keystroke even if the user has let go of it.
For a person who has a single point of entry (a single finger or mouth-stick), use of StickyKeys allows keystrokes that are usually entered simultaneously, such as Ctrl-key shortcuts found in menus, to be entered sequentially.
StickyKeys, MouseKeys, FilterKeys and SerialKeys aid users with various motor-skills difficulties, from minor to severe.
A feature called StickyKeys is particularly helpful for those who have difficulty in performing multiple simultaneous keystrokes.
It has a latching feature called StickyKeys, a way to adjust the sensitivity of the keys, and several other useful functions.