Category Archives: Windows 11

Windows 11 New Snipping Tool Icon

Microsoft revealed redesigned Snipping Tool for Windows 11

If you try to google something like "How to take a screenshot on Windows 11," you will find articles with metric tons of just default tools. Windows 10 and Windows 11 have so many options to take screenshots (funny how the built-in Win+G screen recorder remains unknown to most users) that even enthusiasts might not know all of them. Yet Microsoft keeps on giving. Panos Panay, Windows Chief at Microsoft, announced on his Twitter account an upcoming redesign for the good-old Snipping Tool in Windows 11. Continue reading

Windows 11 Switch from Dev to Beta Channel in Insider Program

Wondering how to switch from the Dev to Beta Channel in Windows 11? Here is our detailed guide. After Microsoft released the first Windows 11 preview build to Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel, some users decided to jump off the Dev Channel and settle for more stable updates. Microsoft allows "downgrading" preview channels, but there are some caveats you need to know before switching from the Dev to Beta Channel in Windows 11. Continue reading

Another look at a redesigned Paint UI in Windows 11

Windows 11 has already received several previews builds with significant improvements and refinements, but Microsoft still has some treats up in its sleeves for the new OS. Windows Insiders are yet to receive Android apps support and a fancy new Chat app for Microsoft Teams integration (the latter is available for some insiders in the Dev channel).

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Windows 11 is now available in the Beta channel, no Dev build this week

As we move closer to the public release of Windows 11 somewhere this fall, Microsoft is expanding the scope of testing to get more feedback. Up until today, Windows 11 was available only in the Dev channel of the Windows Insider program. Now, users can install the latest operating system from Microsoft using the Beta channel. Continue reading

How to Enable Night Light in Windows 11

Here are two ways to enable Night Light in Windows 11 (a blue light filter). Microsoft introduced the Night Light feature in Windows back at the end of 2016. While it was possible to enable a blue light filter in Windows beforehand, Night Light integrates into the system and allows making a screen warmer on a system level without third-party apps. With Windows 11, Microsoft changed many things in its operating system, but the Night Light feature remained untouched. What is different is how you get to the needed settings. This article will show you how to turn on and configure Night Light. Continue reading