Tired of having Windows 11 AutoCorrect words while typing using the onscreen touch keyboard? It can be frustrating, especially if you know they are in fact correct. Fortunately, it’s easy to turn off autocorrect in settings. Here’s how to turn off predictive typing on the touch keyboard in Windows 11.
How to turn off predictive typing on the touch keyboard in Windows 11
First, open Windows settings. To do this quickly, press Windows + i on your keyboard. You can also open the settings by right-clicking the button To start up and selecting Settings in the menu that appears.
In Settings, click on Time and language in the sidebar, then select Capture.
In the input settings, toggle the switch next to Automatic correction of misspelled words on Deactivated.
On that same Settings page, you can also turn off “Highlight misspelled words” if you find that annoying as well. After that close settings and you are good to go. You are free to type whatever you want without Windows bothering you.
In this guide, you learned how to turn off predictive typing on the touch keyboard in Windows 11. If you have any questions or suggestions, let us know in the comments. In addition, also consult this guide if you want to learn how to change default applications in Windows 11.