Microsoft tests spell check, autocorrect for Notepad users in Windows 11

Anjali Sharma

GG News Bureau
NEW YORK, 10th July. Microsoft, the tech giant on Tuesday started testing both features in March. it has now quietly begun rolling out both the features for Windows 11 users, according to reports.

Microsoft has rolled out spell check and autocorrect in the Notepad app in Windows 11 40 years after the text editor was first introduced in Windows in 1983 in good news for Notepad users.

The spell check feature is nearly identical to how Word or Microsoft Edge highlight misspelled words, with a red underline to show errors.

The users can enable or disable spell check on a file type basis in Notepad for Windows 11.

Microsoft has been added new features to its Notepad app for Windows 11.

Notepad now offers character count, dark mode, tabs, Copilot integration, and even a virtual fidget spinner.

Notepad app on Windows 11 received a character count feature at the bottom, similar to how Microsoft Word counts the number of words in a document.

When text is selected, the status bar shows the character count for both the selected text and the entire document.

Another latest addition is an autosave feature that eliminates the need for the pop-up save prompt when closing the app, the company added.

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