There are many times when Caps Lock is unintentionally activated while typing and suddenly you realize that everything is in bold. It can be frustrating because you have to convert everything back to lowercase. This problem can also occur with Num Lock or Scroll Lock.
In these cases, the problem lies in the configuration. However, it's easy enough to change the settings to play a sound every time you press the caps lock. This will help you be aware when the password is like this, avoiding a typo.
Let's see how to enable the sound for Caps Lock in Windows 10.
Solution: Using the settings app
Step 1: Click on Home on the desktop and click settings in the context menu, located above the file energia option.
Step 2: A settings window, click Ease of access.
Step 3: In the next window, click Keyboard on the left side of the panel. Now, on the right side of the panel, scroll down and under the file Use the toggle keys section, activates the slider.
That is. You have successfully enabled Caps Lock audio in Windows 10 and now every time you press Caps Lock you will hear a sound. This is also applicable for Nums Lock and Scroll Lock.