Windows 11, Microsoft Paint renews its design

Surely Microsoft Paint is one of the most popular applications of the operating system Windows. In fact, many have learned the rudiments of digital drawing with Paint, the first version of which dates back to 1985, being integrated into Windows 1.0. Since then, a lot of water has passed under the bridge and, although the program continues to remain rather spartan and simple compared to other more famous editors, it remains quite appreciated even today, so much so that many users from all over the world use it for create small illustrations or just spend time doodling.

The current version of Microsoft Paint

Apparently, as reported by colleagues at Bleeping Computer, the Redmond company is preparing again to change the look of the Microsoft Paint graphical interface in Windows 11, as evidenced by an official image inherent in the next iteration of its operating system. The image comes from a stock of photos uploaded by Microsoft to Unsplash that Bleeping Computer has rotated and cropped in order to better show the revamped UI of the program.

At the moment, Microsoft Paint is not present in the Insider versions of Windows 11 distributed by Microsoft, but it will certainly be integrated in the final version of the OS, which will debut on the market by the end of the year, although its official launch date has not yet been revealed. .

Credit: Bleeping Computer

Recall that, a few days ago, Microsoft published the first build of Windows 11 on the Beta channel, available to all subscribers to the Windows Insider program. This build, compared to the previous preview offers on the Dev channel, is more stable and reliable but, obviously, in case you are interested, we recommend its installation on a secondary partition of your PC to avoid any problems.

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Windows Microsoft Paint renews design

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