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    How to Enable Windows Spellcheck on Google Chrome



    Although Google Chrome includes the open-source Hunspell for checking to spell, if you’re a Windows 10 user, you can now switch to the Windows Spellcheck, which is also available for Microsoft Edge and other Chromium-based browsers.

    While there’s nothing wrong with the default spell checker on Google Chrome, the Windows Spellcheck supports some extra features, including support for additional languages and dialects, acronyms, improved support for links, and a shared custom dictionary.

    In this video, you’ll learn the steps to enable the Windows Spellcheck on Chrome for Windows 10. Use these steps:


    01. Open Google Chrome.

    02. Type the following path in the address bar and press Enter:


    chrome://flags/#win-use-native-spellchecker
    03. Under the “Use the Windows OS spell checker” section, use the drop-down menu on the right and select Enabled (or Disabled to turn the feature off).

    04. Click the Relaunch button.


    Once you complete the steps, Google Chrome will start using the Windows Spellcheck to check your spelling.

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