Windows key on your keyboard could be beneficial as well as very annoying sometimes especially when you are playing a full-screen game and accidentally hit Windows key which kicks you out of full-screen mode. Fortunately, there’s a way to disable the key on your Windows 10.
In this guide, we will show you how to disable Windows key on Windows 10 PC.
Disabling Windows Key on Windows 10
Follow the steps mentioned below to learn how to do it:
- Start by Installing Microsoft’s “PowerToys Utility”. With this application, you can reassign any key to have the function of another key.
- Launch “PowerToys”, and click on “Keyboard Manager” from the left-hand pane. Click on “Remap a key” from the right-hand pane.
- Click on the “+” plus sign button on the “Remap Keyboard” to add a mapping definition.
- Select the key you want to change in the left column from the drop-down menu below the “Key:” heading. From the “Mapped To” section on the right, click on the drop-down menu and select “Undefined”.
- Click on the “OK” button. The Windows will warn you that you won’t be able to use the Windows key because it will be unassigned. Click on the “Continue Anyway” option.
The Windows key on Windows 10 PC keyboard will be disabled.