A screenshot of the updated software was posted online by a Microsoft employee, but was quickly deleted.

This year, Microsoft added tabs to Windows 11’s Guide, and now it looks like it’s going to do the same with Notepad. A screenshot of the updated software was posted online by a Microsoft employee, but was quickly deleted.

Apparently, a Microsoft employee shared information that shouldn’t have been shared. As you can see from the screenshot, discussing new features or taking screenshots is prohibited.

Windows 10 market share has fallen below 70%.

It’s likely that the Notebook with tabs will first appear in the Windows Insider branch, and after some time it will reach all Windows 11 users.

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