Windows 11 has a new Notepad with dark mode support • Pureinfotech

  • Microsoft released a new version of Notepad.
  • The app is available as a preview in the Developer Channel.
  • The new Notepad has a new user interface and dark mode support.

The new Notepad app is now available through the Microsoft Store for Windows 11 devices subscribed to the Windows Insider Program Development Channel. (See more practice videos with the new version of the app at Pureinfotech YouTube channel.)

The new one retains the same familiar design as the classic version. However, you’ll notice new visual changes that align with Windows 11’s design language with rounded corners, new dynamic Mica material that shines through the screen’s colors, and more.

In this first preview, Notepad will get new menus with the same options as before. On the right, you will see an option to access the settings page, where you can change the font and the most important feature, the theme color.

Install Notepad
Install Notepad

Well, Microsoft finally made it. The Notepad app now supports dark mode. By default, the app will respect Windows 11 colors more, but you can switch between light and dark modes from the settings page. In addition, Notepad now also includes a new find and replace interface (Ctrl + F) and now has multi-level undo support.

Notepad find and replace

NS New version of Notepad only available to testers, but if you have a device subscribed to the Development Channel, you can get it by checking for updates in the Microsoft Store app.

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