Notepad, which was developed for creating clear text, was introduced with Windows 1.0 as part of the operating system and can now be used as an optional download from the Store. Although the software received some innovations three years ago, major updates from recent years cannot be made.
This will change with the advent of Windows 11: under the new system, a new interface will be added to the platform, which will better follow the Microsoft Fluent Design design language, that is, rounded corners, will be cleaner and more modern.
As it turns out one From a blog postMicrosoft is already testing the program’s dark mode, and the drop-down menu that appears when you right-click to edit will be refreshed. Feature updates are also expected: the Find a piece of text tool, as well as the Find and Replace tools, will receive separate popups. However, one of the most important things is that not only one action in the text editor will be undone, but more.
Updated Notepad is now available to Windows 11 Insiders through the Dev Channel. Those who have not signed up for the test circuits will have to wait a bit to get the required update.
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