How to disable autocorrect (underline in red) in Microsoft Edge browser [Windows 10 Tips]

Internet browser Microsoft Edge It is probably the most welcome feature al Windows 10. A very fast browser and a interface very intuitive (UI).

users Windows 10 who chose to install OS in English languageBut write on websites, forums, etc. forms in a language other than the operating system, written words "wrong" will appear highlighted in red in egde. This is given by the AutoCorrect function, we know when we have a spelling mistake. Of course, writing in a language other than the system will identify the very words function as misspelled, Will underline in red if you will "correct'.

AutoCorrect Edge Browser.

How do I disable AutoCorrect in Microsoft Internet browser Edge

We expect that the AutoCorrect in to disable the Edge settings browser, as we used as all applications to have their own settings and options, but to disable autocorrect for Microsoft Edge, we will have to disable this function for the system Windows 10.

1. Go to the Start Menu and open Settings / Settings

Start Menu Settings

2. In panel "Settings"We click on"Devices"

Devices-Settings-Windows-10 qualifying.

3. On the left side, under "DEVICES", go to the Typing option and pass the optionsAutocorrect misspelled words ” and "Highlight misspelled words”On the module OFF. I mean the two functions disabled.

Disable-AutoCorrect Windows 10

After switching the two options to "off" mode, we close Microsoft Edge and restart the operating system Windows 10.
Spelling errors will not be underlined in red and corrected, regardless of the language in which to write.

Disable “Autocorrect Misspelled Words” & “Highlight Misspelled Words” in Microsoft Edge / Windows 10.

How to disable autocorrect (underline in red) in Microsoft Edge browser [Windows 10 Tips]

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