Enable Text Prediction on Windows 10

Enable Text Prediction on Windows 10

Every time you write something on your Android smartphone you can see 3-4 words are displayed on the bar of your android keyboard this is called Text prediction which is Enabled by default on android.

Text prediction Feature gives you correct spelling and also gives you related texts, you can use this feature on Google’s own Android keyboard (GBoard).

On Windows Text prediction Feature some as android is only available for an on-screen keyboard for so long time but you didn’t notice, but After the Windows new update, 1803 text Prediction Feature also come for Hardware keyboard.

So, here we came with a simple and fast tutorial for How to Enable Text Prediction on Windows 10 or 10 Pro.

Steps – How to Enable Text Prediction on Windows 10 for Hardware Keyboard

1. First thing to do Click on ‘Start’ or ‘Windows’ logo and goto ‘Settings’.

2. After you opened the setting Click on the Second option ‘Devices’.

3. Now the new Window appears Check Left Panel and Click on ‘Typing’.

4. Now your Keyboard and Typing settings opened now you need to scroll down and find an option ‘Hardware Keyboard’.



5 . Now you can See two Options
• Show text suggestions as I type
• Autocorrect misspelled words I type

These two options are by default Disabled you need to enable them to Enable Text Prediction on Windows 10.

6. Now you need to check the feature is working for you go to any notepad or browser address bar and type anything you can see Text Prediction, Suggestions, and Corrections on the right side of a text.

Boom!! you successfully Enable Text Prediction on Windows exactly the same as Android and windows on-screen keyboard.

How to Disable Text Prediction Feature on Windows 10

Follow the same steps mentioned above and disable both of these options
• Show text suggestions as I type
• Autocorrect misspelled words I type

Conclusion

So after reading this guide, we hope you successfully Enable Text Prediction on Windows 10 very easily in seconds, that’s all for this guide if you any queries related to this let me know in the comment box down below.


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