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  1. Hello, I use ubuntu on my computer, easy to use. But on my works laptop it has windows 8.1 - difficult to use. It has an american spell checker. It is annoying. Already it has highlighted the words ubunto and american. American spell checker insists on me wanting to capitalise word American. But it does not insist on me wanting to capitalise the words united or kingdom. This is biased! It also shows me that the word capitalise is wrong. The correct would be capitalize. All I want to do is to turn this spell checker off. I don't want to change settings to English, I just want it off. The red underlined text annoys me whenever I see it. How do I turn off??????? Thanks in advance!
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