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Windows 11 predictive conversion input history collective deletion and individual deletion method

To delete the history entered in Windows 11 from the IME prediction conversion, you can delete it all at once by clearing the input history from the settings. You can also remove individual automatic conversions that appear when you type. This page introduces two ways to delete the input history of IME predictive conversion in Windows 11 all at once and individually. Predictive conversion is part of the Windows standard program for converting text called IME .

Batch delete the input history of predictive conversion of Windows 11
Predictive conversion is a part of the function of IME, so restart IME just in case after deleting input history data.

Batch deletion of IME input history

1. Right-click the “A/A” icon on the taskbar and click “Settings” in the menu.
 2. When the language and region are displayed, click “General”.
 3. When General appears, scroll down the page and click Clear Input History.
      Bulk deletion of input history is not performed here yet.

4. Click the “Clear input history” button in Learning.
5. A confirmation dialog asking whether to delete the input history will be displayed, so click “OK”.

Reflect batch deletion of input history by restarting IME

1. Start Task Manager
Right-click the Start button and click “Task Manager” in the menu.
      With Ver.22H2, you can start the task manager by right-clicking on the taskbar.If the task manager is “simple display” as                  shown below, click “Details (D)” at the bottom left to switch to the detailed screen.
 2. Restarting IME
The method of restarting IME is the same operation as restarting because it will automatically start immediately after finishing the task of “ctfmon.exe”. Also, since the screens are different for versions “21H2” and “22H2”, they are explained separately. ■ Restart IME with Ver.22H2 or later

  • Click the Details icon.
  • Find and select “ctfmon.exe” and click “End task”.
  • When “Do you want to terminate ctfmon.exe?” is displayed, click “End Process”.

 ■ Restart IME with Ver.22H1

  • Click the Details tab.
  • Search for “ctfmon.exe”, click it to select it, and click “End Task”.
  • When “Do you want to terminate ctfmon.exe?” is displayed, click “End Process”.

This completes batch deletion of prediction conversion input history.

Remove more predictive transformations

Even if you delete all of the “Delete history”, predictive conversion will use the “system dictionary” to display the corresponding characters. Even if you delete the input history, if you also want to delete what is displayed in the predictive conversion If you disable “Use the system (IME) dictionary” instead of deleting it, you can hide unnecessary conversion strings I can. If you turn off the switch button for “Use system dictionary” in “General” in “3.” above, you can delete the predictive conversion provided by the system. 

Predictive conversion basic settings

The basic settings for predictive conversion are built with three types of “on/off”: “Use Input History”, “Use System Dictionary”, and “Cloud Candidates” in “General”. If you turn everything off, predictive conversion will not be displayed.
* Cloud candidate is a function that acquires conversion candidates from the Internet from the conversion information gathered by Microsoft and displays them in predictive conversion.

Remove Windows 11 predictive conversion all at once

Here, we explain how to remove predictive conversion separately by mouse operation and keyboard use.

Delete input history of predictive conversion individually by mouse operation

When the predictive conversion is displayed, you can delete the selected input history by selecting the character string to be deleted with the mouse pointer and clicking “X”.

 Delete input history of predictive conversion individually by keyboard operation
You can delete the selected input history by moving to the predictive conversion character string to be deleted with the “Tab” or “↑↓” keys and selecting it, and pressing “Ctrl” + “Delete”.

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