📢 MS Paint is getting a makeover on Windows 11. Get ready to experience the new design!

Microsoft has redesigned the MSPaint app on Windows 11 with new UI, updated icons, and dark theme support. It will soon rollout to windows insiders. - Story by Kunal Chowdhury on


Microsoft recently released a new cumulative update (KB5005190) for Windows 11 that gave a makeover to the Snipping Tool, Calculator, Mail, and Calendar apps in Windows 11 to meet the Windows 11 UI design. The company also said that it was the first set of Windows apps that received this update.

 

Now the company teases an updated Microsoft Paint (mspaint) app which is going to receive a new update with a new UI design, updated icons, and support for dark mode. Be ready to experience the new MS Paint app soon with the upcoming Windows Insiders preview build.

 

MS Paint is getting a makeover on Windows 11

 

Back in 2017, Microsoft started warning insiders that the company will soon replace the legacy MS Paint app with the Paint3D app. The company also said that this classic Paint app will be available in the Microsoft Store for users who still want to use it.

 

Four years later, the classic MS Paint app was put into the Microsoft Store.

 

 

What's new coming with the new MS Paint app

Now, with a new teaser video, Microsoft has shown the new redesign of the MS Paint app for Windows 11. The new Microsoft Paint app will be getting a new header menu that will replace the ribbon bar, making it touch-friendly with a modern design.

 

Microsoft has shown the new redesign of the MS Paint app for Windows 11

 

The paint app will now have rounded corners, updated icons, redesigned context menu, and support for the new dark theme of Windows 11.

 

Microsoft Paint is also getting a new way to choose brush types with a friendly, touch-optimized user interface.

 

Microsoft Paint is also getting a new way to choose brush types

 

When to expect the updated MS Paint app design?

After the teasing video, everyone is now excited about the new design of the Microsoft Paint app. According to Panos Paney, the new MS Paint will be soon rolling out to the Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.

 





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