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This is the dark theme that Paint will release in Windows 11 | Digital Trends Spanish

A few weeks ago it was announced that Microsoft Paint, one of the most popular drawing software out there, will receive a major revamp to accommodate Windows 11.

Now, the company has shown what some of those changes will look like, especially the introduction of a new dark mode.

The person in charge of showing this new design has been Panos Panay, Microsoft’s product manager, who posted a video of the new Paint on his Twitter account.

Here’s another @Windows 11 first look. This is the beautifully redesigned Paint app, coming soon to Windows Insiders. Can’t wait to see your creations! # Windows11 #WindowsInsiders

& mdash; Panos Panay (@panos_panay) August 18, 2021

In the registry, Microsoft has shown that Paint for Windows 11 will feature a dark mode with black and gray colors for the first time, which can be useful in low light conditions.

Paint is one of the native Windows programs that Microsoft has provided with a new logo, which is simpler and more colorful, although it still represents a wooden palette with paints and a brush, as in Windows 10.

This new Paint will maintain the use of different types of brushes, although now it changes the appearance of the drop-down menu in which they are located to highlight their name and the type of stroke associated with each one.


Little by little we have learned some of the main details of the company’s new operating system, which has already been presented and should be available in October. The company has defined it as one of the most daring systems it has launched.

It should be remembered that, at one point, Microsoft had considered removing Paint from its operating system, but in the end decided to keep it and dispose of Paint 3D, considered little useful in Windows.

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