Microsoft Paint Is 'Here to Stay,' Despite What You May Have Heard
- Author: Kyle Warner Aug 04, 2017,
Aug 04, 2017, 0:29
"This list is intended to help customers consider these removals and deprecations for their own planning".
Not nearly as effective as 'Adobe Photoshop or 'CorelDraw', it lacks advanced functionalities and didn't even save the files in JPEG form until Windows '98. Microsoft has explained that MS Paint will also be made available on the Windows Store as an optional download.
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Microsoft said in a blog post it saw an "incredible outpouring of support and nostalgia around MS Paint" on Monday.
The fans of the MS Paint app become sad on the death of the Paint because this Paint app is in their friendship since last 32 years. New innovations in the Windows 10 Creators Update include 3D in Windows 10, built-in game broadcasting, new tab management features and more in Microsoft Edge, and enhanced security features such as a new Microsoft privacy dashboard. In addition to the new 3D capabilities, many of the MS Paint features people know and love like photo editing, line and curve tools, and 2D creation are in Paint 3D. In an interview with CNN, a Microsoft Spokesperson said the following regarding the decision. This version is the part of Windows 10. Future updates of Windows will contain 3D as a default, but you can still get Paint from the Windows Store if you want it, for free.
But for those committed to sprawling bitmaps of crudely deployed fills and stacked lightning bolts, Microsoft Paint remains alive. With today's update, Windows Store now has a dedicated section for your account-related settings on the header which means Microsoft is essentially splitting up the settings into two different sections. Paint was one of the first graphics editors which became a household feature for Windows users.