Autocorrect is a useful feature of Windows 11, especially for those who have trouble typing. If you enable this feature, Windows will automatically correct spelling mistakes as you type. Every smartphone includes the Autocorrect feature. Some people prefer to use it because they find it extremely useful. Autocorrect suggestions are usually displayed on top of the touch keyboard while typing. You can, however, turn on/off this feature for Touch Keyboard on Windows 11 if necessary.
How to Enable or Disable Touch Keyboard Autocorrect on Windows 11
- Press the Windows + I keys on the keyboard to launch the Settings app. Alternately, right-click the Start button on the taskbar and choose Settings from the pop-up menu that appears.
- In the left sidebar of Windows Settings, select Time & language.
- Click Typing in the Time & Language right pane.
- In the Typing section, toggle the Autocorrect misspelled words toggle switch on or off.
When the toggle switch is turned on, the suggestions appear at the top of the Touch Keyboard as you type. If you set the toggle switch to Off, Windows 11 will not offer any suggestions as to what you should type on the virtual keyboard.
If you find Highlight Misspelled Words bothersome, you can turn it off on the same Settings page. Following that, you can exit the Settings app.