When you turn on the Caps lock key on your keyboard, you will notice that a small light gets turned on automatically. This helps you to be aware that whatever text you will now type on the keyboard will all get entered in the Capital case. If you are creating a text-based document and do not require having all the letters in the capital case, even accidentally getting the caps lock turned on can make things difficult to format later. While you are busy, you may not even notice that the Caps lock light is ON. To avoid such a situation, you can set your keyboard to send out a sound alert in the form of a beep, every time you pressed the caps lock. Surely, you won’t miss the sound…
The easy step solution to the above issue is as:
1. Click on the ‘Start’ button and then click on ‘Control Panel’.
2. Double-click on ‘Accessibility Options’.
3. The ‘Accessibility Options’ window will come up with the ‘Keyboard’ tab selected. Under ‘ToggleKeys’, select the check box next to ‘Use ToggleKeys’.
4. Click on ‘OK’ to save changes and close the ‘Control Panel’ window.
5. That’s it. Now when you will hit the Caps Lock key by accident, it will beep to alert you it has been pressed!
Will this not make your life simple? Sure it will and especially when you are in the middle of an important task.