It always requires to have good writing skills with accuracy maintenance if you want to make a powerful content. The focus tends to be on how it makes the meaning more clear and simple rather than gathering just a heap of misspelled words.
To avoid having such silly mistakes, you can use the Windows Spellchecker tool. The feature works on Windows 8.1 and above. It can be enabled by turning on a flag that is hidden in the Google Chrome Experiment section.
In addition, this feature is also available for Microsoft Edge and other Chromium-based browsers. So, let’s see how to make it enable.
Enable Windows Spellchecker in Chrome browser
To enable this feature in Google Chrome, follow the below steps:
First of all, fire up the Chrome browser.
Now move to the address bar, type the following text, and then hit the Enter key.
This will open the flag page and start showing the available flags.
In the search box, type the below command and then hit Enter.
Alternatively, you can use the below link to open the flag directly –
Look for the flag highlighted in the bright yellow at the top of the list, i.e. Use the Windows OS spell checker.
The flag is currently set to the Default mode that indicates the flag is disabled at that time.
To enable it, click on the corresponding drop-down menu and switch the Default option to Enabled.
In addition, to use Hunspell engine, type the given code text in the URL bar and hit Enter –
Its description says-
Use both the Windows OS spell checker and the Hunspell engine to find spelling mistakes and provide spelling suggestions. Use the Windows OS spell checker first, but if a language isn’t supported, fall back to the Hunspell engine. The “Use the Windows OS spell checker” feature flag must be enabled, otherwise this will have no effect.
Here you need to restart your browser to apply the changes. So, click on the Relaunch button.
Enable Windows SpellChecker in Microsoft Edge
To enable this feature in the Edge browser, follow the given suggestions:
Open the Microsoft Edge browser.
Once it opens, go to the address bar and type the below commands –
Press the Enter key to make the flag appear on the screen.
It appears with the description –
Use Windows spellchecking dictionaries when available to find spelling mistakes and provide suggestions.
As the flag comes with the Default mode, so to make it enable, click on the drop-down menu and select Enabled.
Also, click on the Restart button to take effect the changes you made.
That’s it. I hope you find this guide useful. If you have any information or suggestions, feel free to relay them in the comment box.