The Autocorrect feature corrects typos, capitalization errors, and misspelled words, and it also automatically inserts symbols and other pieces of text. It is a very useful feature but sometimes the autocorrect feature may not work properly on your computer. If so, in this read, you will learn how to turn on or off autocorrect on Windows 11 PC.
How to Turn ON or OFF Autocorrect in Windows 10 or 11 PC?
Windows PC has a spell-checking feature that automatically corrects typing mistakes when you type words anywhere in your system. Many users have reported that they are not seeing accurate results when they type words on the Windows PC and want to disable the feature. In this article, we have added the steps by which you can enable or disable autocorrect on Windows 10 or 11 PC.
Disable Autocorrect Feature
Follow the below steps to disable or turn off the autocorrect misspelled words feature on your system.
1. Press the Windows key then type settings and open the settings page. Alternatively, press the Windows + I key to open the Settings app.
2. Click on Time & Language in the settings window.
3. Tap on Typing (on Windows 10, you will see the typing option under Devices).
4. Turn off the toggle next to Autocorrect misspelled words.
Done, you have successfully disabled the autocorrect feature on your system running on Windows 10 or 11 operating system.
Enable Autocorrect Feature
To enable or turn on the feature, you just need to follow the same steps but this time you need to turn on the toggle. Here’s how you can do it.
1. Press the Windows + I key to open the Settings app.
2. Go to Time & Language >> Typing (for Windows 10, go to Devices >> Typing).
3. Turn on the toggle next to Autocorrect misspelled words to enable the feature.
Conclusion: Turn ON or OFF Autocorrect on Windows 10 or 11
So, these are the by which you can turn on or off the autocorrect feature in Windows 10 or 11 PC. I hope you find this article helpful; if you did, share it with your friends and family.
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