Notepad has already received many updates in Windows 11, but Microsoft is not done yet. The latest Windows 11 update finally brings tab management to the decades-old text editor.
Microsoft started testing tabs in Notepad back in January, confirming a leaked screenshot from late 2022. The functionality was limited to Windows Insider builds, but is now rolling out to all PCs running Windows 11.
Tabs on Notepad allow you to open multiple text files in the same window, and clicking each tab changes the open document. There’s a plus (+) button to create a new tab, just like most web browsers, and you can have a mix of windows and tabs as needed. Microsoft hasn’t made any breakthrough changes since tabs were introduced in the Insider builds.
The Notepad update is now rolling out for Windows 11, although your PC will likely need to run the latest 22H2 update first. It’s one of several features Microsoft has just released for everyone on Windows 11, including Bing AI in the taskbar and screen recording in the Snipping Tool.
Source: Windows blog
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