To disable hotkeys in Windows 10, you may follow the steps below:
- Type gpedit in the Search and then click Edit group policy. ...
- Navigate to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > File Explorer. ...
- Check Disabled and click OK.
- Restart the computer to make the settings take effect.
other random fixes:
If the issue is also happening on the USB keyboard check that:
- The Windows Speech Recognition is turned off
- Sticky Keys is turned off
Steps to turn off autocorrect misspelled words in Windows 10
- First tap on the Settings icon on the taskbar and go to All Settings.
- Now go to Devices.
- Next tap on Typing.
- Now in the right hand side panel, check out for the spelling option. By default it is enabled.
- Tap on it to turn it off.
Another random trick:
Try to install a new language. In my case, for example, the problem didn't get solved until I installed English (United Kingdom) Language although English (United States) was already installed.
Go into your keyboard control panel and change from the US-International layout to the US layout.
some people report:
the problem in my case is a bad right Alt key (some keyboard defect), which explains everything. Incredibly, the key gets into a pressed state even if I never touch it. Double tapping the key brings it out of this state and everything starts working as before!