Tuesday , 21 May 2019

Is Your Chrome Spell Checker Not Working? [Solution]

Chrome Spell Checker Is Not Working

You know the Google Chrome is the most famous web browser because 50% users on internet use this great web browser to surf the internet 29.6% use FireFox and 13.5% use Internet Explorer and I don’t know that why people still use Internet Explorer :P but I heard from my cousin and he said that in Windows 8 the Internet Explorer is working very fine and smoothly but I never tried it if you want to know more statistics about web browsers then go here I think we are off-topic :) let’s get to point, I know that you are redirected here because your Chrome spell checker is not working and you are very confused and you tried everything to fix it but still it’s not working if yes then you are at very right place soon you are going to learn that how you can get your Chrome spell checker working smoothly but I am not 100% sure that it’s gonna work but It worked for me and I tried every single method or trick to make it work but it didn’t work then I tried totally different method and it worked so keep reading to know the trick.

How to Fix Chrome Spell Checker

So the question from you is that how you can fix your Chrome spell checker feature and I know it seems very difficult question to your but for me it is very simple as the answer because I have also experienced this problem on my Chrome browser then I searched on Google as we all do then I came to a link where I learn that how we can easily fix our Chrome spell checker actually there is a problem with the spell checker library so first we are going to download a US based spell checker library, I have pasted two links below because first link wasn’t working for me then I used a proxy website to download the library then I uploaded it on my own web hosting account just for you so click on any of the links below to download the spell checker library for your Chrome browser.

So I hope you have successfully downloaded the library now you have to paste the downloaded file into a special directory first close your Chrome browser, if you are using Windows XP then go to Run command and paste this code %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\ and press Enter and there place the downloaded file and then open your Chrome and now the spell checker should work without any problem but if you are using Windows 7/8/Vista then go to Run command and paste this code %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\ and press Enter a new directory will be opened there paste the downloaded file and then open your Chrome browser and it will work as it did on my computer. If you still are facing any problem then comment below I will try to help you. If you are also facing problem in Google Authorship verification then read this article you will find good information.

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