Microsoft Edge has a built-in spellchecker powered by the Hunspell engine by default which is also used by LibreOffice, OpenOffice, Chrome, Opera, and others.
Microsoft Edge checks your spelling as you type in the browser. The spellcheck service is completed locally on the device; Microsoft Edge does not send info about your typing to Microsoft for spellcheck.
When you add a new language to Microsoft Edge, the browser downloads the dictionary for the new language to the device using HTTPS. The dictionary is used for the built-in spellcheck service. Deleting the language from your Microsoft Edge settings deletes the dictionary from the device. Guest mode does not use the custom dictionary from the profile or any added languages.
Your Check Spelling (spellcheck) languages will be listed in the same preference order you set in your preferred language settings.
If you add a word to the dictionary, it will no longer be highlighted (underlined in red) as a misspelled word.
If you mistakenly add a word to the dictionary, then you can remove the word from the dictionary to have it highlighted as a misspelled word again.
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove words you want for the spellcheck dictionary in the Chromium based Microsoft Edge.
When you set up Speech Recognition in Windows 10, it lets you control your PC with your voice alone, without needing a keyboard or mouse.
Using only your voice, you can open menus, click buttons and other objects on the screen, dictate text into documents, and write and send emails. Just about anything you do with your keyboard and mouse can be done with only your voice.
If you like, you can add a new single word or an expression to the Speech Dictionary to enable your personal words, or expressions to be dictated into your applications.
If you like, you can improve dictation accuracy by preventing certain words from being dictated by excluding them in Speech Dictionary.
If you like, you can edit or delete words that are already in the Speech Dictionary.
Speech Recognition is only available for the following languages: English (United States, United Kingdom, Canada, India, and Australia), French, German, Japanese, Mandarin (Chinese Simplified and Chinese Traditional), and Spanish.
This tutorial will show you how to add, prevent, edit, and delete words in the Speech Dictionary used to dictate with Speech Recognition for your account in Windows 10.