sticking keys

Cannot type without going through letters skip or repeat, works very slowly.
I'm surprised that I can type this.
I had this problem months ago and found the answer, corrected,
He printed and now I can not find.
Can anyone help?

Darkes

You can have turned on an accessibility function called FilterKeys by holding the SHIFT key for too long.

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