In its most recent update, Microsoft Paint has unveiled an innovative ‘Background Removal’ tool that resembles the capabilities found in Photoshop. This tool empowers users to effortlessly eliminate a portion or the entire background from an image with a single click, streamlining the editing process.
The only catch is that this feature is currently exclusive to devices that are part of the Canary or Dev channel within the Windows Insider Program. Unfortunately, there’s no clear timeline for when Microsoft will make this feature available to the broader user base.
Microsoft Paint in Windows 11 Now Lets You Remove Backgrounds from Any Image with Ease
Commencing with version 11.2306.30.0, the Microsoft Paint app introduces a feature that automatically identifies objects within an image and swiftly erases the background in a single click. This eliminates the necessity for time-consuming procedures and processes involving third-party image editing tools & any type of online services.
The latest release is currently making its way to Windows 11 Insiders within the Canary and Dev channels. After installation, users will discover a fresh addition in the ‘Image’ section of the toolbar – a ‘Remove Background’ button. When activated, this button will automatically isolate the subject and seamlessly erase the entire background with a single click.
This Is How to Take Advantage of Paint’s In-Built Background Removal Feature –
Step 1: First, open the Microsoft Store and update your Paint app to version number 11.2306.30.0
Step 2: Now open Paint and select the image you wish to edit.
Step 3: In the ‘Image’ section located at the top left corner, find and tap on the ‘Background Remove’ button.
Step 4: Alternatively, you can utilize the rectangle select tool to define the specific area from which you wish to remove the background.
By following these steps, the entire background from the image will be removed. This method is straightforward, highly effective, and functions seamlessly across various images.For more of such latest tech news, listicles, troubleshooting guides, and tips & tricks related to Windows, Android, iOS, and macOS, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest.