Microsoft Says 32-Year-Old MS Paint Is Not Going Away
Microsoft Says 32-Year-Old MS Paint Is Not Going Away

Recently, thousands of users lamented the death of Paint in the networks after a publication in which the tech giant Microsoft announced which programs would be obsolete with the update of Windows 10. It seemed that the 32 years old the mythical program came to an end.

Microsoft Says 32-Year-Old MS Paint Is Not Going Away

Yesterday thousands of users lamented the death of Paint in the networks after a publication in which the tech giant Microsoft announced which programs would be obsolete with the update of Windows 10. It seemed that the 32 years old the mythical program came to an end. Yes, it sounds really odd whenever we hear this type of crazy news.

Today the day begins with good news for fans of the misproportioned, but endearing, artistic works of the program. As the tech giant Microsoft has officially announced that Paint will not disappear, as it will only move to the Windows Store, where users will be able to download it for free.

However, the tech giant Microsoft has expressed its gratitude to the netizens who showed their appreciation for the memorable program. “Today we have seen an outpouring of support and nostalgia for MS Paint. If there is something we have learned is that, after the 32 years, MS Paint has a huge base of consistent fans,” they said in his blog.

Thus, the tech giant Microsoft finally announced proudly that “MS Paint is here to stay, however, it will simply have a new home soon in the Windows Store, where it will be available to all and not only that even everyone who want to download the MS Paint from store they will be simply be able to download the 32-Year-Old mythical application MS Paint for free”.

Hold on, let me tell you another amazing and extraordinary news, as the tech giant Microsoft has also taken the opportunity to stress that Paint 3D will be also available for free downloading in Windows 10 Creators Update, offering new features that include both 3D tools like the traditional functions of the original Paint.

So, what do you think about this new 3D paint? Simply share your views and thoughts in the comment section below.



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