I hate StickyKeys. Worst idea Microsoft has ever come up with.
Is there any way to disable it permanently, system-wide?
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Method 1: Keyboard Shortcut
Press both SHIFT keys at the same time. This reset everything to normal. Method 2: Control Panel
Click Start → Control Panel → Ease of Access → Change how your keyboard works. Locate the “Make it easier to type” heading. Remove the check mark from the box next to “Turn on Sticky Keys”. Press the OK button to save your changes.
If there is no check mark next to this option, Sticky Keys is not on. Disable Sticky Keys Permanently
If you find the Sticky Keys feature particularly annoying, it can be turned off for good.
Click Start → Control Panel → Ease of Access → Change how your keyboard works. Click “Set up Sticky Keys” (or press ALT+C). If there is a check in the box labeled “Turn On Sticky Keys”, un-check it. Un-check “Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT is pressed five times”. Click the OK button to save your changes.
You have now prevented Sticky Keys from re-activating in the future.