The Sticky Keys feature enables you to press one key at a time when using keyboard shortcuts (e.g. Ctrl+Alt+Del) in Windows 10 computer. To turn it on and off, you can adopt the following methods.
Video guide on how to turn on and off Sticky Keys in Windows 10:
Way 1: Use the Shift key.
Step 1: Continuously press the Shift key 5 times.
Step 2: Select Yes in the confirmation dialog.
Way 2: Make it in Ease of Access keyboard settings.
Step 1: Type keyboard in the search box on taskbar, and choose Ease of Access keyboard settings from the items.
Step 2: Switch on Press one key at a time for keyboard shortcuts.
Way 3: Realize the goal in Control Panel.
Step 1: Search keys, and tap Turn on easy access keys in the result.
Step 2: Select Turn on Sticky Keys and hit OK.
Way 1: Use keyboard shortcuts.
Simultaneously press two keys (e.g. Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Windows Logo Key, etc.) on the keyboard.
Way 2: Achieve the goal in Ease of Access keyboard settings.
Step 1: Open Ease of Access keyboard settings via searching.
Step 2: Toggle off Press one key at a time for keyboard shortcuts.
Way 3: Realize the target via Control Panel.
Step 1: Double-click the Sticky Keys icon on taskbar to display the Set up Sticky Keys window.
Tip: If you cannot directly find the icon, tap the up arrow on taskbar and you'll see it.
Step 2: Deselect Turn on Sticky Keys and hit OK.