Easy Ways to Disable a Windows Keyboard

Not a day goes by for most computer users without them using both their mouse and keyboard. But did you know that it’s easy to disable the keyboard in Windows?

Maybe you keep accidentally hitting it and messing up your navigation, have children pressing it at the worst times, or just want to challenge yourself to get around without all those handy keyboard shortcuts.

 If you just need to disable the keyboard for a few minutes to clean it or something, simply unplug it and/or switch it off! Windows won’t pick up any input while it’s not connected to your PC.

Right-click on the Start Button and select Device Manager. Expand the Keyboards header and find yours listed. Right-click it and choose Uninstall device, then follow the instructions to remove the device.

The device should stop working right away. After a reboot, the keyboard will likely work again when Windows automatically obtains its drivers.

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