Use This Hidden Setting to Stop Triggering Caps Lock Accidentally

There’s little more annoying than accidentally hitting the Caps Lock key while typing and having your text suddenly TURN INTO CAPITAL LETTERS, which, of course, is seen as shouting. Unless you have some reason to type in capital letters regularly, you can prevent this mistake by disabling the Caps Lock key or remapping it to another modifier key. In macOS 13 Ventura and later, choose System Settings > Keyboard > Keyboard Shortcuts > Modifier Keys, and choose from the pop-up menu next to Caps Lock. (In earlier versions of macOS, open System Preferences > Keyboard > Modifier Keys.)


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