The Mail app in Windows is an easy way to access your email to send and receive emails from recipients and get a notification that you have received an email. Although the autocorrect and spellcheck features in the Windows 10 app help with your grammar, you can disable them. Some users will want to disable their autocorrect or spellcheck feature due to them typing their emails in another language and prefer to eliminate autocorrections because of annoyance.
This tutorial will explain the steps to disable the Autocorrect or Spellcheck feature in your Windows 11/10 Mail app.
- Autocorrect: Automatically correct misspellings and common typos.
- Spellcheck: A software feature that checks for misspellings in a text.
Disable Autocorrect or Spellcheck in Mail app in Windows 11/10
There are two methods to disable the Autocorrect or Spellcheck feature in Windows 10.
1] Via Windows 10 Settings
- Click the Start button and choose Settings.
- Then, double click Devices.
- On the left pane, select Typing.
- To disable Autocorrect, set the Autocorrect Misspelled Words toggler button to Off.
- Turn off all the other toggler buttons below that are related to Autocorrect.
2] Via Mail app settings
- Open the Windows Mail App.
- In the Windows Mail app, click the New Mail button.
- On the New Mail window, click the Options button.
- Then click the Spelling box drop-down arrow.
- Under Proof Reading and Language, click the check box Hide All Proofing Marks; the Hide Proofing Marks in Selected Text will be disabled.
- Ensure that the check box is ticked.
If you start to type in the mail app, you will not see any form of autocorrect or Spellcheck.
We hope this tutorial helps you understand how to disable Autocorrect or Spellcheck in Windows Mail app.