Windows 11 to get snipping tool, calculator
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Windows 11 to get snipping tool, calculator

Posted By Emma emmab766     July 28, 2022    



Windows 11 is on the verge of getting equipped with updated inbuilt apps such as Snipping Tool, Calculator, Mail, and Calendar apps. The Windows Insiders will be able to witness the changes anytime sooner, with the minor updates, designed for the Windows 11 visual pattern.

The classic Snipping Tool and Snip & Sketch apps are reportedly being replaced by their updated versions. A new Snipping Tool app will have the features of both Snipping Tool and Snip & Sketch apps, while, The Win + Shift + S keyboard shortcut will get a screenshot for you in Windows 11. This will also activate the snipping menu with various options to revamp the image you just snipped.

You will be provided with numerous edit options such as cropping, annotations, and more, as soon as you snip the screen. The Snipping Tool has even been introduced with the dark more so as to match the Windows 11 style.

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Alongside the Snipping Tool app, the Mail and Calendar apps updates are also underway. Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned to add elegance and style to even the pre-existing apps to complement the Windows 11 visual style. According to a senior program manager lead for Windows inbox apps, Dave Grochoki, “We have added rounded corners and other adjustments to make them look and feel part of Windows 11.”

Not only these, but Microsoft is also set to bring some minor improvement in its Calculator app, which will now let you set a different theme than the one you have always been using on your previous Windows versions. Also, Microsoft has been reported to rewrite the calculator programming in C#, which will let the programmers contribute to the further advancement of the Calculator app on GitHub.

Furthermore, the Windows 11 testers can try the newly-introduced one-to-one and group audio or video calling features in Microsoft Teams. The features include the ability to share the screen as in the existing Microsoft Teams app.