Caps lock is a key on most keyboards that toggles an option on or off that makes every letter typed appear by default as a capital letter instead of a lowercase one. Frequently used to create acronyms and in online culture for shouting, caps lock is a handy feature that can save a lot of time when it comes to typing long strings of letters or words.
But there are times when the caps lock key gets stuck, causing the computer to type backwards or incorrectly switch between upper and lower case. If you find that the caps lock key isn't functioning correctly, try restarting your computer or cleaning the keys with a can of compressed air or a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol. If this doesn't help, it could be a software error that can be resolved by performing a clean boot or updating your keyboard driver.
On most keyboards, the caps lock key is located between the tab and shift keys. Some keyboards also implement a light to indicate when the feature is activated. The functionality of this key depends on the keyboard hardware, the operating system and the keyboard layout.
Sticky keys are a feature intended to make it easier to press two modifier keys at once, such as the Shift key and the Ctrl key. However, it's a feature that can easily be accidentally activated and cause major disruption to anyone who is not looking for it.