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9 Jul, 2024
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Microsoft has started rolling out spellcheck and autocorrect features for its Notepad app in Windows 11, more than four decades after the text editor's debut in 1983.

These features were initially tested in March and are now being made available to all Windows 11 users. The spellcheck functionality highlights misspelled words with a red underline, similar to Microsoft Word and Edge, though the correction submenu requires an extra click to expand.

Users can enable or disable spellcheck for specific file types and find it automatically disabled for coding-related files.

Alongside spellcheck, Notepad now includes autocorrect, which can also be toggled in the settings.

This update comes as Microsoft continues to enhance Notepad, which now boasts features such as dark mode, tabs, and Copilot integration, ahead of the planned removal of WordPad from Windows 11 later this year.