Since it’s responsible for some of the most popular writing tools on the planet, it’s safe to assume Microsoft has plenty of insights into how customers use those tools. One of the most helpful features in Office apps is Editor, a feature that helps customers keep their spelling and grammar in check when composing documents. Microsoft has access to data on how Editor is used, which means it knows all about the kinds of mistakes we tend to make.
The company isn’t letting this information sit idly on its servers. It recently released the 10 most common grammar mistakes people make. Among them are easy-to-miss things like extra spaces, missing hyphens, and incorrect capitalization. Yahoo has the full list here.