How to Acquire Windows 11 Paint App’s Background Remover, Resembling Photoshop’s Feature

MS Paint app for Windows 11
The original dark mode for the Paint app | Image Courtesy: Microsoft

Downloading the latest version of Paint with a background removal tool no longer requires signing up for Windows 11’s Insider Program.

Windows 11’s Paint app now offers the ability to remove the background from any image. This feature is similar to Adobe’s paid Photoshop and its background removal tool, but Microsoft provides this tool for free.

There are many apps and websites, both free and paid, that allow you to remove backgrounds from images. With these tools, you can obtain a clean photo that only features the desired object, especially when you accidentally download a picture with a background that doesn’t match the primary object. Microsoft is now introducing the same functionality to its Paint app.

According to Microsoft officials, users may want to remove backgrounds from images for various personal and professional reasons.

The new feature in Paint is convenient when you want to eliminate unwanted background objects from a picture or if you have downloaded PNGs that aren’t genuinely transparent. The background removal tool can assist in such cases.

How to Remove Background from Any Image Using MS Paint

Here’s how you can start removing the background from images using MS Paint:

  1. Download and install the latest version of MS Paint from the Microsoft Store. Testers in the Windows Insider Program have access to this new version, but if you can’t wait for the update to arrive in production, you can find the installer on our cloud storage.
  2. Open Paint.
  3. Paste or import any image onto the app’s canvas.
    Remove Background in Paint

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