Prepare to be blown away! Microsoft Paint—your go-to for quick doodles and last-minute image tweaks—is stepping into the big leagues of image editing. Rolling out to Windows Insiders on the Canary and Dev Channels, Microsoft is testing a game-changing background removal tool!
Yes, you read that right—a SINGLE click. Simply open your image in Paint, click the background removal button on the toolbar, and voila! Microsoft Paint’s wizardry will automatically detect the subject and remove the background, just like that. Don't like what you see? No worries. You can manually adjust which portion of the background to remove.
Until now, Paint aficionados had to rely on third-party apps to remove backgrounds. Adobe Express demands an account, and Canva hides this feature behind a paywall. But now, the process will be seamlessly integrated right within Microsoft Paint!
Hold on, there's more! Reports suggest that Microsoft is also toying with a text-to-image generator in Paint. It seems like Paint is gearing up to be more than just your basic image editor.
Get ready for a more streamlined experience. With this update, you'll no longer need to juggle between multiple platforms to get your image just right. One application, multiple capabilities—Microsoft Paint is about to make your life a whole lot easier!
So whether you're a casual user or a serious designer, this background removal feature is going to save you time, money, and a whole lot of hassle. The future of image editing is here, and its name is Microsoft Paint!