Till now, Microsoft has redesigned most of the Windows 11 Apps such as Photos, Paint, Tips, The clock App, Feedback Hub, and others. With the new OS, launched already, Notepad hasn’t been updated to match the look and feel of Windows 11. Well, Notepad seems to get a complete overhaul with fluent design with Settings, Themes. It may even offer an option to switch to the classic version if you’ve issues in opening certain files.
Based on the screenshots posted on Twitter and later deleted by a Microsoft employee, here is what we know so far.
Windows 11’s redesigned Notepad App
- Microsoft is going to offer Settings for Notepad to pick a theme. You should probably expect the updated Notepad app to support dark mode.
- Settings dialog displays current Font, Style, Size and lets you set file editing experience to the classic from the default (modern) if you’ve issues in opening certain files.
- While current Notepad available in Microsoft Store is 10.2103.7.0, the updated Windows 11 Notepad with the new features could come with version 11.2110.13.0
- If you compare current and Notepad in Screenshot, you can notice, View and Help menu options have been removed.
What’s your take on Windows 11’s new Notepad that could come with fluent design, settings, rounded corners, and other design and feature improvements? Let us know in the comments below.
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