It appears to have been mistakenly one of the employees Microsoft Declare that application NotepadFrom Windows 11 operating system, about to be enriched with a new feature. By the way, the concerned employee posted on the social network Twitter a photo of a copy of Notepad (or Notepad) with a tabbed interface, flatly declaring that “Notepad in Windows 11 now has tabs”.
The tweet, posted by a senior Microsoft product manager, was deleted minutes later, but not before the Windows Central team noticed the error and saved an image containing the new feature.
Looking closely at the screenshot, you can see an internal notice from Microsoft reminding us that this is a confidential version of the app, and it cannot be discussed or screenshots taken (“Confidential Do not discuss features or take screenshots”) This indicates that these tabs do not function It is still in the first internal tests of the Redmond giant and could be implemented over the next year (possibly in the first part) on the Windows Insider channel.
We remember that at the beginning of this year, the Microsoft development team introduced a tabbed interface for the File Explorer application in Windows 11, thus satisfying Insider users who have long asked the Redmond giant to introduce a function of this kind (thanks to this system, users can open multiple folders and directories in a window one, just as a web browser allows you to open multiple pages in a single window).
Windows 11 Notepad should be getting some news soon
Now that it’s a file Microsoft I was able to test the efficient fit of this approach, and it seems ready to be implemented in another built-in Windows 11 app as well, Notepad, showing tabs at the top of the app and allowing users to open multiple files. txt in the same window.
We can only wait for official information from Microsoft to see when it will be implemented.
Founder of Noticias e Tecnologia, this is his second online project, after several years of being associated with an Android-focused portal, of which he was also a co-founder.
Computer scientist by profession, enthusiast of new technologies, motorsports and mountain biking.
“Friendly zombie fanatic. Analyst. Coffee buff. Professional music specialist. Communicator.”