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    How to Enable Windows Spellchecker in Chromium Version of Microsoft Edge



    As you may recall, Microsoft has made efforts to add the ability to use the built-in spell checker in Windows in Chromium-based browsers. First introduced in Chrome Canary, this new feature has finally reached Microsoft Edge Chromium.



    Microsoft team has made the native Windows Spellchecker available in Windows 10 and Windows 8 available, in the Chromium-based browsers in addition to the default Hunspell spellchecker. The Hunspell spellchecker is an open-source project that powers many other products mostly popular on Linux, such as LibreOffice, Geany, Pidgin, and many others.

      In this video, you’ll learn the steps to Enable Windows Spellchecker in Chromium Version of Microsoft Edge.

    01. Open Microsoft chromium edge.

    02. Type the following path into the address bar of Edge.

    edge://flags/#win-use-native-spellchecker


    03. Enable the flag to use the Windows OS spellchecker.

    04. Relaunch the browser

    The ability to use the native spell checker of Windows is still an experimental feature, so it may have usability and stability issues. That's why it is 'hidden' behind a flag.



    More Microsoft Edge Tips: http://bit.ly/38pWU01

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