GMAIL predictive text

When creating a new message a text predictive message is displayed below the text.
It would be possible to configure GMAIL so that this  prediction disappears?
Enrique Gomez EstebanConsultantAsked:
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Muhammad BurhanManager I.T.Commented:
Settings > Language & input > Android keyboard settings > Advanced settings > and uncheck "Next word prediction"
Enrique Gomez EstebanConsultantAuthor Commented:
Well, I do not think it is a valid solution for somebody working with Chrome and GMAIL on a WINDOWS 8 desktop. It seems the above solutions is an Android phone.

I have tried to  review the setting for gmail but I have not find how to specify such an option: predictive text when creating a new e-mail message.  I would like to enable/disable this functionality.

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Koen Van WielinkBusiness Intelligence SpecialistCommented:
Can you post a screenshot of your issue? As far as I know there is no predictive text option available for the desktop version (Gmail in Chrome) for Gmail. I've used it in Windows 7, 8 and 10, and I'm a Google Apps administrator for our corporate domain, and I've never come across such a feature. Curious to see where you are getting this, might help us solve this issue for you.
Enrique Gomez EstebanConsultantAuthor Commented:
Promise I have seen it. Unfortunately I was not able to reproduce the issue. Thank for your help.
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