Microsoft finally listened to what users asked for years. The new Notepad can now adapt to your system theme preferences. In other words, it now supports dark mode as well as light mode. By default, it will respect your system theme preferences. The new Notepad also has a new Settings page where you have options to change the theme and font style.
You’ll also notice that the new Notepad is also updated with Windows 11’s new visual design, including rounded corners, Mica, etc. The redesigned find and replace experience and multi-level undo support as well. will be useful.
However, the new Notepad does include a few issues to be aware of, including issues affecting the use of keyboard access keys when switching between different input languages or when using the Japanese and Japanese IMEs. in certain cases. You may also notice some unexpected behavior when using shift-click to select text. Microsoft promises to fix these issues in future updates.
https://mspoweruser.com/windows-11-insiders-get-new-notepad/ Windows 11 Insiders Are Now Getting Redesigned Notepad