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Microsoft’s Notepad gets spellcheck and autocorrect 40 years after launch

Notepad’s new spellcheck feature
Screenshot by Tom Warren / The Verge

Microsoft is finally rolling out spellcheck and autocorrect for its Notepad app in Windows 11, more than 40 years after the simple text editor was first introduced in Windows in 1983. The software giant started testing both features in March, and has now quietly started enabling them for all Windows 11 users in recent days.

The spellcheck feature in Notepad is almost identical to how Word or Edge highlight misspelled words, with a red underline to clearly show mistakes. I say almost identical because when you right-click on a misspelled word in Notepad the spelling submenu isn’t automatically expanded like Microsoft does in Word, so you have to click again to see a list of correct spellings.

It’s strange that Microsoft hasn’t fully…

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