Windows 10 displays a “Caps Lock On” message every time you press the Caps Lock key. The operating system may also make a specific sound when you press the Caps Lock key.

If you don’t want the computer to notify you every time you press the Caps Lock key, you can turn off these notifications and sounds.

Of course, you can also hold down the Shift key and press the corresponding letter key to write the letter. This is a way to bypass the Caps Lock key warnings.

What does the Caps Lock key do for on-screen notifications?

How to solve the lock screen notification problem on the Windows 10 screen?

Use the “Easier to focus on tasks” option

  1. Open the Run window (Windows+r), type control access.CPL, and click OK.
  2. Select Make it easier to focus on tasks.
  3. Enable the Disable all unnecessary animations option (if possible).
  4. Set the option How long Windows notification dialogs should stay open for 5 seconds (the lowest possible value).
  5. Click Apply
  6. Click OK

Select the “Make the keyboard more user-friendly” option

  1. Open the Run window (Windows+r) and type control access.CPL and click OK.
  2. Disable the Enable Toggle keys option
  3. Disable the Enable Toggle Keys option by pressing and holding the NUMLOCK key for 5 seconds.
  4. Press the Apply button.
  5. Press OK.

Changing Display Adapter Properties

  1. In the Windows 10 search bar, search for “Show advanced display information”.
  2. Now click on the search result.
  3. Click Display adapter properties.
  4. Click the Display Settings tab.
  5. Make sure that the Enable Screen Display option is checked.
  6. In the NumLock and CapsLock display settings section, find the “As long as number or case lock is enabled” section and select the “Show display for a few seconds” option.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Press the Windows key and type: Control Panel, then open it.
  2. Now change the view to Large Icons and open Keyboard.
  3. Then go to the Key Options tab and double-click on Caps Lock.
  4. Now uncheck "Show Caps Lock status on screen" and restart your computer.

  1. Go to Control Panel > Display > Screen resolution.
  2. Click on Advanced Settings.
  3. Click the Screen Display tab.
  4. Select to display notifications for a few seconds or permanently.

  1. Select the Windows icon in the taskbar.
  2. Select Settings (the gear icon).
  3. Select Accessibility.
  4. In the left pane, select Keyboard.
  5. Scroll to Use Toggle Keys.
  6. Set the Play sound when Caps Lock, Num Lock, or Scroll Lock keys are pressed to On.
  7. Select Windows icon, Settings, Accessibility, Audio.