It is reported that Microsoft is going to permanently eliminate Paint from its legendary collection of software, that is a part of Windows 10.
However, Microsoft’s Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 may be one of the most anticipated releases, but it will also cause some bad news for some pieces of standard software.
One of them is Paint, the application which helped flared the creativity defect in millions. This news has been added to a document which is being released by Redmond, leaning all the removed or deprecated features in the imminent redundancy of Windows 10.
But, the company will take some time to remove it from its frontline. 32 years ago, Microsoft Paint was introduced along with the first version of Windows, which is a licensed product of ZSoft Corporation’s PC Paintbrush.
Initially, it was supporting only 1-bit graphics, after then the application was named as JPEG support accompanied with Windows 95.
Later version then evolved over this version. Unlike all other legendary software like Minesweeper, Paint was not transferred to Windows Store.
The Creators Update for Windows 10 has brought new features for Paint 3D app, which allows it additional functionality for the creation of 3D projects and modeling along with few image editing capabilities.
However, it can also work as a separate project generally and analyzed an offshoot of Paint, which will likely for a long time period.
You may also be able to recognize some other familiar software in that document such as Outlook Express, Reader app, and Reading List.
However, none of them are having a nostalgia or the character that Paint app is featuring. With the expansion and support, Paint app will be on a constant life-support, will a plug set to be revealed soon.