Insert Key also Known as Ins Keys, which you can found in most of the Computer or Laptop Keyboards. In Laptops sometimes to use Insert key you have to press Fn Key with the Insert Key. Many users dont aware of the use of the Insert key, Insert key that toggles text-editing parameters in certain text and word processors. For Example, if you are using MS Word as your text editor and you are typing your article. At some point, if you do any mistake and you want to change the word then you can press the Insert Key from your Keyboard and replace the word with moving it. That means it overwrites what you have written. In MS WORD this option was not enabled by default, You can find the settings to enable the Insert Mode in advance settings. Most of the time this Insert Key was not much useful, In this article, we are going to see how to disable this Insert Key in Windows 10.
Disable Insert Key in Windows 10:
To disable Insert Key follow the below-mentioned steps, in this method we are going to use Registry Editor to disable Insert Key.
Note:Modifying the Registry is risky, and it causes irreversible damage to your OS Installation Follow the steps correctly. Friendly advice Before Modifying RegistryCreating Restore Pointis recommended.
Open run command by pressingWindows + Rand typeRegeditand hit enter. This command will open the Registry Editor console. Now Navigate to the following location.
From the left-hand side Right click on the Keyboard Layout > New > Binary Value, Now you have to create a New Binary Value. Name the Binary Value as InsertKey.
Right-click on the InsertKey Binary Value and Modify it. Enter the below-mentioned value. Copy Paste wont work just enter the binary data value as it is.
00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 00 52 E0 00 00 00 00
Click on Ok and Close the Registry Editor. Restart the computer once and check the Insert Key is working or Not.