Microsoft Paint Will Get a New Interface and Tools in the New Window 11 Update
The new upcoming Windows 11 is still unfolding the new updates for its apps. It has recently been shared that Microsoft Paint will also get new additions for a better user experience. Windows 11 is scheduled to launch later this year with more stability and better performance.
Panos Panay, chief of Windows and Surface shared a video on Twitter showcasing the new look of MS Paint on the new Windows 11. The post also added that the app will be shipped to the insiders soon on the new update.
After looking at the video it is clear that Microsoft Paint is getting a new user interface and a dark mode. Though the company hasn’t revealed the new Windows 11 features yet, that means we still have to wait for it. By carefully addressing it is observed that the ‘Edit in Paint 3D’ has been removed.
The new Windows 11 will bring a new user interface with widgets, integrated teams, and many other features. Though Microsoft has not revealed the full list till now. From the recent updates, Microsoft has linked many applications to the new Windows 11. The list of apps includes Snipping Tool, Calculator, Mail, and Calendar.
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The new Snipping Tool can be seen with new visuals that are similar to the classic app. It has added new shortcuts to ease the process to snip and sketch. Users can simply click WIN + SHIFT + S keys to bring up the snipping menu with options like a rectangular snip, free form snip, Windows snip, and full-screen snip. Even when a user takes a screenshot, it offers tools like annotations, cropping, and other editing options.
Just like MS Paint, the Calculator is also introduced with the dark mode in the new Windows 11. The app can be used for analyzing equations on graphs, evaluating algebra, trigonometry, and other math expressions.
The Mail and Calendar app also got new style visuals that include rounded corners and many other adjustments. All the apps will have a similar interface to the theme set by the user in Windows 11.