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Microsoft is starting to roll out Dark Mode for Paint for these Windows 11 users, here’s how to get it


With the launch of Windows 11, Microsoft adapted an all-new user interface and theme design for the operating system. The operating system brought better integration of dark mode system-wide, and the company also began updating its first-party apps to match the operating system’s all-new fluidic design interface with rounded corners. The Paint app also updated but dark mode was still missing despite latest update. Finally, the company has started rolling out dark mode for Paint to beta testers in Windows Insider. Which means the feature could make its way to the stable version soon.

Dark mode for the Paint app is rolling out in beta
WindowsLatest has reported that Microsoft has started rolling out dark mode in the Windows Insider program from the Dev and Canary channel. The function is not available on the other channels.

How to get the new Paint app with dark mode on your PC
To get dark mode on your Windows PC, you must first download and install the latest version of Windows available in Dev and Canary build. Once done, go to the Microsoft Store and search for the Microsoft Paint app.

Click the Paint app in the search result and check if a new update is available. If yes then update the app which will automatically replace your old version with a new one.

Once done, the updated Paint app will have the Dark Mode option. Note that the app defaults to the default OS theme settings. To change it manually, go to Paint’s settings page and toggle between light, dark, or system theme respect preference.

Meanwhile, Microsoft is also working on new zoom controls for the Paint app. The new feature is expected to improve in-app editing and provide a better user experience.


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