Microsoft Editor built into Edge

Microsoft Word and Outlook have a built-in extension for advanced spelling corrections called "Microsoft Editor".

Those who do not use Office applications and do not pay for a Microsoft 365 subscription can use Microsoft Editor in their browser: the company has released an extension Microsoft Editor for prothe που βασίζονται στο Chromium, όπως τον Edge ή τον editor

Microsoft Edge also has a built-in feature to enhance the user experience. Microsoft Edge users no longer need to download the Microsoft Editor extension to spell what they type on various sites.

Microsoft has announced the change on the official Microsoft Edge Insider website.

Currently, the built-in Microsoft Editor extension is available to users in the United States who have designated English as their primary Edge.

Επιπλέον, απαιτεί λήψη της έκδοσης Dev ή της , καθώς η Microsoft θέλει να δοκιμάσει την ενσωματωμένη λειτουργία πριν την διαθέσει σε όλους τους χρήστες του Edge.

After installing and activating the new Edge, you will notice that the points out grammar and spelling με την παραδοσιακή κόκκινη γραμμή και διάφορες προτάσεις με μια μπλε γραμμή. Κάνοντας σε μια πρόταση εμφανίζεται η λίστα με τις πιθανές επιδιορθώσεις ή τις εναλλακτικές προτάσεις.

For many, the regular Microsoft Editor extension from the Chrome Web Store or the Microsoft Edge Add-ons Store is the best choice. The extension currently supports 21 languages ​​and there are additional premium features for users with an active Microsoft 365 subscription. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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