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Microsoft and Google engineers also collaborated to improve performance of the Bing spell check in Google Chrome, in particular for the Bing search services provided by Microsoft, which are the most popular search engine on Windows. Together they developed a new spell check engine that offloads the complex, high-latency task of spell checking to the Bing service, so that the user can continue to use Google Chrome.
The new ability to spell check directly from the Microsoft Windows search bar means that with one click, the user can have all web pages they browse automatically spell checked. The spell checking feature for the Bing search bar is also available in Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8 in all languages.
When spell checking web pages, users may opt to have their web page or words or phrases in a specific language spelled in user selected languages. For example, if you would like an e-mail in German to be spelled in German, the spell check feature will automatically assume and guess your language preference based on the language you have in your Windows language list. You can see how much text is correct in your chosen language by clicking on the button (or by scrolling to the right.)
For users whose browser language is not one of the supported languages, the spell checker will allow the user to adjust language settings for spell checking web pages. On Windows 7 and Windows 8, the new ability to spell check directly from the Microsoft Windows search bar means that with one click, the user can have all web pages they browse automatically spell checked. For some browser languages, users may not be able to modify the language settings. We are working with browser vendors to enable these features. 3d9ccd7d82