Intgr dictionary

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Typical spelling errors by LinuxReviews contributors that are frequently corrected by User:Intgr. Avoiding these saves the one person who bothers to correct spelling errors time.

Wrong Right Why
Mac OS macOS The new official name for this OS.[1]
it's its "it's" is short for "it is" as in "IT'S HAPPENING". Its is used for some items properties like "its color is red"
Intels Intel's It's almost never correct to write company names in plural ("Intels", "Microsofts"); use possessive ('s) instead.
things who do something things that do something If "things" are inanimate objects, use that. It's correct to use who only when talking about people/animals/etc.
loose lose "lose" is usually correct, meaning to fail or get rid of something.
"loose" is most commonly an adjective meaning something that is not held together.