In the run-up to Windows 11, Microsoft is introducing more and more standard apps, matching the new home style of the upcoming OS. Windows Insiders can now start using the redesigned Calculator, Mail and Calendar app, and Snipping Tool.
Adjustments to the calculator are accurate. The window has rounded corners and a dark mode for the first time. It depends on the Windows 11 theme to be selected. You can set a dark calculator if the operating system itself has a light theme, or vice versa.
The email and calendar windows are also rounded, with a dark gray background color option.
The cut is more than just looks, although you’ll also find rounded corners and a dark mode here. Windows 10 currently has two different ways to instantly capture and edit screenshots: the snipping tool, and the snipping and annotation tool.
Windows 11 Snipping Tool combines both into one easy-to-use application, which can be invoked via a key combination Windows key + Shift + S. The screenshot will be saved to the clipboard so that you can easily paste it somewhere else.
Download Windows 11
Windows 11 is available to try on Windows 10 PCs through the Windows Insider Program. Standard app updates are now available there as well. It is not recommended to download Windows 11 outside this official channel. The internet is rife with deceptive installation files that only deliver malware.
Learn how to download and install Windows 11 safely here.
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