The Paint app is not yet available, but Microsoft’s head of Windows and Devices, Panos Panay, teased the new design on a short Twitter video. The video revealed that the app includes a similar command bar, like the legacy version of the app already available on Windows 10. However, the experience has been redesigned with improved brushes selections, fonts, a color picker, and more. Also, the canvas now aligns to the center of the app. Asides from the updates to the interface, the Paint app will remain the same as before. It’s unclear when the app will be available to testers, but it should not take long for Microsoft to replace it in one of the previews of Windows 11. This is not the only app that Microsoft is updating. The company has also started testing new versions of the Calculator app with an updated design and a tweaked version of the Mail & Calendar apps. Also, it has already introduced a new Snipping Tool that merges the legacy Snipping Tool with the Snip & Sketch app, and there’s a new Alarm & Clock app that features a new “Focus Sessions” with Spotify support. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.