Microsoft is nowWindowsThe 10-era voice recorder has a new update with the new name “Voice Recorder”. The new Voice Recorder for Windows 11 includes WinUI visuals and adds new features like a new graph to better understand the frequency of recorded audio.
As you can see in the screenshots below, there’s a new option to visualize audio during recording and saving, which complements Windows 11’s new interface for recording software and also adds support for some new features.
For example, it is now possible to change the recording device, which of course only works if your device is connected to multiple audio hardware, plus the ability to change the file format within the recorder program has been added.
The updated Sound Recorder, which apparently replaces the Sound Recorder app, will be released to the public later this year.
Microsoft confirmed that it is actively seeking feedback and suggestions from the Feedback Hub. You can submit feedback for this specific app under Apps > Voice Recorder, more features and designs are coming. Microsoft notes that base apps are critical to the overall desktop experience, which is why the company has updated many of its apps to match the new look, and the company is actively monitoring feedback from testers and plans to add exciting new ones soon. new function.
For example, Microsoft recently teased an update to the Photos app for Windows 11.
Microsoft’s Photos app has followed the fluid design style that first appeared in Windows 10, and it also comes with modern “materials” like Mica. In the Photos app, however, Mica’s effect is not as noticeable when you edit images, such as cropping or changing the resolution of an image. As a result, Microsoft has redesigned some areas of Photos, for example, the Edit interface is getting a mica background for a fresher and modern look.
Microsoft also ditched the giant back button, based on feedback from testers. If you want to go back to the previous screen, you need to click the Cancel button or press the Esc key.
WinUI is constantly evolving, and we look forward to more design improvements in the coming months.