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ToggleKeys is a feature of Microsoft Windows. It is an accessibility function which is designed for people who have vision impairment or cognitive disabilities. When ToggleKeys is turned on, computer will provide sound cues when the locking keys (CAPS *LOCK, Num Lock, or Scroll Lock) are pressed. A high-pitched sound plays when the keys are switched on and a low-pitched sound plays when they are switched off.
Microsoft first introduced ToggleKeys with Windows 95. The feature is also used in later versions of Windows.
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