Microsoft Paint to get this Adobe Photoshop feature soon

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Microsoft Paint

received a major overhaul in terms of features and design with Windows 11 update and now it is due for another update that’s set to bring a couple of new features, refinements and more.
Microsoft via an official announcement has confirmed the Background removal tool for Paint. The company has mentioned that it has started rolling out an update for the

Paint

app on Windows Insider in the Canary and Dev Channels (version 11.2306.30.0). And, the update will bring the ability to remove the background of any image automatically in just a single click.
How does the background removal tool work

Microsoft has mentioned that the background removal in MS Paint will be a single-click feature. This will leave users with a smooth cutout of the subject as it can detect the subject from the entire canvas or from a selection using the selection tool and remove it.
All users need to do is import content onto the canvas and click on the new remove background button from the toolbar to remove the background of the entire image. Users will also get the option to use the rectangle select to specify a particular area in the image and then remove the background using the newly introduced tool.

Official rollout
It is worth mentioning that the background removal tool is currently in testing and available to Windows Insider Preview users running either Canary or Dev Channel builds. The official rollout details are not available as of now. However, we expect it to become available to all users in the coming months, once Microsoft is done receiving the feedback and refining the feature during the beta testing period.

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