Simple Disable Key Specifications
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Simple Disable Key Review
Last Updated: 2019-07-11 10:32:18
Have you ever accidentally hit a couple of keys that mess up the flow of your work, and force you out of your train of thought to go fix it? Disabling them through built-in Windows functions are surprisingly annoying to do, and you'll probably want to turn to other programs to do it. There are a ton of choices out there, and Simple Disable Key is one of them.
As soon as you boot Simple Disable Key up, you'll notice its incredibly simple interface leaves little to get confused about. You'll be able to begin by selecting one of the typical shortcut keys to disable: Control, ALT, shift, or the Windows key. You'll also select another key to hit when you want to disable them. The key that you hit to disable them cannot be disabled, mind you, so don't worry about all that!
You can also select other keys to disable. There is a giant list where you can add or remove individual keys to be disabled. You can choose one hotkey in particular to enable or disable all of them at once. Don't worry - you don't have to group them all if you don't want to. It's handling is incredibly straightforward, to the point where even complete novices will be able to handle it with ease.
Being unable to disable certain keys can prove to be a surprising hindrance sometimes, and that's why programs like this exist. If you feel like this program is something you need, then I encourage you to give Simple Disable Key a download!
Simple Disable Key Requirements and Limitations
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