A recent Microsoft leak reveals a new Designer app in the works

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  • Ready for another Microsoft app designed for the latest operating system?
  • A recent leak has revealed some exciting new footage of what’s yet to come.
  • Designer looks exactly like Canva, so we might consider a photo-related app.

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Ready for another Remond leak? The tech giant is apparently working on a new app for Windows 11 called Designer.

The general opinion is that this new software will be another surprise with Sun Valley 2, which is actually Windows 11 22H2.

And, as you might expect, several images of the preview version of the app have been leaked. So if we caught your attention, check out the rest of the information available.

Get ready for the new Designer app for Windows 11

Apparently one can access the feature which is available on designer.microsoft.comif you can’t wait and just need to take a quick look.

For those of you who follow Microsoft and all of its projects, you know that the term Designer has been used for a Microsoft product before.

We’re actually talking about the Designer feature of PowerPoint in 2015, which received significant feature upgrades a year later.

Since these images have just surfaced, further information on this is quite sparse and nothing is certain at this time.

However, Designer could also be Microsoft’s in-house solution and a competitor to Canva, which is a popular design tool available on Windows.

The latter seems to be the most plausible since even the product’s interface resembles Canva. Either way, we’ll just keep an eye on it and see what we’re dealing with.

At this time, we cannot know for sure if this software will also be available for Windows 10 users, or if it will be exclusive to Windows 11.

As new information becomes available, you’ll be among the first to learn more about Designer, and what it will be used for on the new operating system.

What is your opinion on this new app? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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