There are not too many times someone can say Microsoft and Google have worked together for the betterment of the industry and consumers, but it seems to be happening more often lately. The latest
discovery points to improvements in spellcheck on Chrome and Edge, perhaps that because the two browsers are built on Chromium. 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. The Verge reports that the change means spellcheck within Chrome and Edge will now have better support
for URLs, acronyms, email addresses, and an improved shared custom dictionary.
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