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Disable or Enable Ctrl Key Shortcuts in CMD on Windows 10

In Command Prompt on Windows 10 computer, you can use Ctrl key shortcuts (i.e. Ctrl+C, Ctrl+A and Ctrl+V) to copy and paste the selected text. If you would like to know how to disable or enable these shortcuts in CMD, keep on reading to find the answer.

Video guide on how to disable or enable Ctrl key shortcuts in Windows 10 Command Prompt:

Steps to disable or enable Ctrl key shortcuts in CMD on Windows 10:

Step 1: Open Command Prompt.

Step 2: Right-tap the Title bar and choose Properties.

Step 3: In Options, deselect or select Enable Ctrl key shortcuts and hit OK.

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