Microsoft Windows 11 has already made waves with the addition of tabs to its File Explorer, which has greatly increased user convenience. Now, it seems that the company is taking things a step further by adding a tab function to Notepad as well.
Although an official announcement has yet to be made, a senior product manager at Microsoft accidentally posted a tweet showing an image of the new tabbed Notepad interface, which has since been deleted.
After introducing tabs to File Explorer in October as part of the Windows 11, version 22H2 update, Microsoft has now going to add tabs to Notepad. This move towards a tabbed interface for Windows apps suggests that we may see more built-in Windows apps adopting this feature in the future.
Microsoft has been working towards introducing a tabbed interface to its operating system since the days of Windows 95. Including tabs in Explorer and Notepad demonstrates the company’s dedication to enhancing the user experience. While it is still unclear when the tab function will be officially rolled out for Notepad, it is certainly something that users will be looking forward to.