Do you type on your computer a lot? Do you rely on spellcheck when you type?
If you do, you will probably be aware of the fact that not all applications in Windows 10 have a spellcheck option.
This includes the default apps in the operating system, such as notepad and wordpad. Some apps however do have a spell checker enabled, like the Windows 10 Mail app. And oddly enough there is a built in spellcheck setting in the OS’s settings, but the bad news is that this spellcheck isn’t working in Windows 10.
In fact, the option has never worked for me. This is why I use other apps which have a built-in spellcheck, but some of these are premium [...]
Tech savvy users maybe aware of what Notepad++ is, but if that’s a new term to you, allow me to explain.
Notepad++ is a word processor or text editor, as some people prefer to call it, and is mostly used by programmers, for its advanced capabilities.
But, it can be an excellent replacement for Notepad, the built in text editor in Windows. The main reason I use Notepad++ is because it is updated frequently, and that it supports plugins too. These plugins are add-ons from various developers, and often provide incredibly useful features.
Recently, an update to Notepad++ broke Spell Check, at least for me. So I decided to switch to a new plugin, which [...]
One of Windows 10’s biggest strengths, is that most of its apps are available at the Windows Store.
And one more app could be made available at the online marketplace, Notepad.
Yes, the basic text editor app may join the likes of Microsoft Edge, Mail and Calendar, Photos and other “modern” Windows Apps at the Windows Store.
According to Microsoft News, the announcement comes from Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices Group, Terry Myerson, who was interviewed by CNN, after the launch of Windows 10. This is what he said:
“Even applications like Notepad — I hope that’s in the store [...]