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Google and Microsoft added Windows spellcheck to the last Chrome and Edge


Google and Microsoft have worked together to improve the spellcheck experience in Chrome and Edge. The latest versions of Chrome and Edge are now powered by the built-in Windows Spellcheck feature rather than the previous Hunspell open source implementation.

In Microsoft Edge 83 this feature is available immediately and is supported on Windows 8.1 and above.
In Google Chrome 83 it is not default yet, but can be enabled in chrome://flags - "Use the Windows OS spell checker".

More details are in The Verge article: Google and Microsoft worked together to improve spellcheck in Chrome and Edge
Article about Edge in Windows Blogs: Introducing an improved spellcheck experience in Microsoft Edge

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