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Keyboards on Windows computers can repeat letters when key press sensitivity is too high. This problem can be rectified by adjusting your keyboard's repeat frequency. Once this is lowered, key presses will occur slower and you will not have the letters repeated instantly.
Click"Start," then "Control Panel." Click "Hardware and Sound," followed by "Keyboard." Move the "Repeat delay" slider further to the left below the "Character repeat" option. The further left the slider moves, the longer the delay will be before a character repeats.
yes. depending on where u are in the sentence u will either press the shift/star button about 1 or 2 times. u should be able to see when it changes somewhere near the text input box. it should go from (1)Abc to (2)ABC (if you are at the beginning of a sentence press the shift key once) (3)abc
You may be tripping over an accessibility option. Try this:
1. Click the Start->Control Panel menu item. 2. Click Ease of Access. 3. Under Ease of Access Center, click Change How Your Keyboard Works. 4. If Turn On FilterKeys is checked, UNcheck it. 5. Click Apply or Save.