All Windows 10 Mobile devices have a set of navigation keys aligned at the bottom of the device.
Some older hardware actually has physical keys for navigating the operating system while more recent devices have software keys that are displayed at the bottom of the devices screen when it is turned on.
By default, Windows 10 Mobile vibrates those keys when they are pressed as a feedback system to the device user.
While many find that handy there is actually an option to turn that vibration feedback off in the Settings app for Windows 10.
This gallery will show you those exact steps and don't worry if you find another way to do it as well because in current builds of Windows 10 there just happens to be a second method for turning the vibration off.
I will show you both of them in this how to process.