Microsoft’s general product manager has unwittingly “spoiled” the innovation the company is preparing to introduce for Notepad for Windows 11. Writes about it The Verge.

The employee posted a tweet that said that tabs would appear in Notepad. He also added a screenshot to the post, which really shows the tabs in Notepad. The tweet was deleted in a few minutes, but interested users managed to take screenshots.

A special piquancy of the situation is added by the fact that in the screenshot itself there is an inscription “Confidential! Don’t discuss features or take screenshots!”

The publication notes that you can expect a new feature in the program at the beginning of next year.

Earlier, American gamers filed a lawsuit in federal court. They are demanding that Microsoft ban the acquisition of U.S. developer Activision Blizzard.

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