A Leakster Called WalkingCat has leaked Several screenshots of an unidentified Windows 11 app called Designer

As per the recent news, it claims that an influential leaker and a Twitter user, WalkingCat, have leaked images of unknown Windows 11 app on which Microsoft might be working. This new application for Windows 11 is called Designer. Multiple images of the preview version of the app have leaked out. This leakster has also recently shared the alleged RTM date for Windows 11 22H2.

Furthermore, for anyone who wants to try out the feature for themselves, the leakster has provided instructions on how to do so at designer.microsoft.com. Microsoft has previously used the name Designer to describe a product. For those who don’t remember or are unfamiliar with it, the Redmond business debuted a “Designer” tool in PowerPoint in 2015, which was upgraded significantly a year later.

For now, because specifics are scant at the time, it’s difficult to establish whether Designer is an enhanced version of the PowerPoint function. There are a few other candidates that share elements with the new Designer app, so the next app may be about something completely different.

A Leakster Called WalkingCat has leaked Several screenshots of an unidentified Windows 11 app called Designer

According to the sources, they are claiming that Microsoft’s Publisher hasn’t seen a big UI upgrade in a long time and is in desperate need of one. Designer could be a replacement for Sway, an ancient Office product. This Designer app might be Microsoft’s in-house solution and a direct competitor to Canva, a popular design tool for Windows.