Windows 11 includes aÂ touch keyboardÂ you can click/tap on to enter text. This can be handy if you have a PC with a touchscreen without a physical keyboard.
You can double click/tap onÂ ShiftÂ on the touch keyboard to activate Shift Lock, and click/tap onÂ ShiftÂ again when ready to deactivate Shift Lock.
When Shift Lock is activated on the touch keyboard, the Shift button will be highlighted with a lock emblem on it. All letters on the touch keyboard will be uppercase while Shift Lock is activated.
If you find the Shift Lock feature to be an annoyance, you can disable it on the touch keyboard.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Shift Lock feature on the touch keyboard for your account in Windows 11.