This article explains how to enable or disable a Touch keyboard feature that will play sounds as you type in Windows 11.
When using the Touch keyboard in Windows, you can turn on or off a feature to play key sounds as you type. When enabled, the Touch keyboard will click, indicating the key being pressed like on a physical keyboard.
Below is how to turn it on or off.
Turn on or off play key sounds with the Touch keyboard
As described above, when using the built-in Touch keyboard in Windows, you can turn on or off a feature to play key sounds as you type, similar to the key being pressed on a physical keyboard.
Here’s how to do that.
First, open the Windows Settings app.
You can do that by clicking on the Start menu and selecting Settings. Or press the keyboard shortcut (Windows key + I) to launch the Settings app.
When the Setting app opens, click the Time & language button on the left.
On the right, select the Typing tile to expand it.
Select and expand the Touch keyboard tile on the Time & language -> Typing settings pane, then check the box next to Play key sounds as I type to enable it.
To disable it, uncheck the box.
You can close the Settings app when done.
Enable or disable key sounds with the Touch keyboard via the Registry
Another way users can turn on or off the Touch keyboard key sounds as they type in Windows 11 is to use the Windows Registry Editor.
First, open the Windows Registry, and navigate to the folder key below.
If you don’t see the 1.7 folder key, right-click on the TabletTip key, then create the subkey (1.7) folders.
Right-click the 1.7 folder key’s right pane and select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value. Next, type a new key named EnableKeyAudioFeedback.
Double-click the new key item name (EnableKeyAudioFeedback) and make sure the Base option is Decimal, and then update the Value data:
- Type 1 to enable this feature.
- Type 0 to disable this feature.
Save your changes and restart your computer.
That should do it!
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