Disable Key

Disable Key

Disable Key is a program allows you to disable any key on your keyboard
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Disable Key is a program allows you to disable any key on your keyboard. It provides three different modes to disable key: program schedule and always. In program mode, you can select a any application, and the key will automatically disabled when the application is running.
Schedule mode allows you to select a start time and stop time. The key will be disabled during this period of time. Always mode disables the key all the time. If you never used a key but keep press on it accidentally, you can select the always mode to disable it.
But if you need the key sometimes, you better select schedule mode to disable it . If you only want to disable a key when a program or game is running, you can select program mode to disable it.

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