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Microsoft plans to remove Paint from Windows
17:21, 24 July 2017
Microsoft plans to remove Paint from Windows

The company recognized the program to be outdated

17:21, 24 July 2017

PCWorld

The Microsoft Corporation stops the work on graphic editor Paint that was the part of the operating systems Windows since 1985 as the program was recognized to be outdated as Guardian reported.

The next update of the Microsoft for Windows 10, that is called Autumn, will add a lot of functions but Paint may not be among them. The graphic editor and such programs as Outlook and Reading list Paint are put in the list of the outdated applications and it means the absence of the active work out and the possibility of the closing in any moment.

Paint appeared in the first version of the Windows 1.0 in 1985 and was the 1-bite monochrome version of PaintSphere. Since that time it became the part of any version of the Windows.

Paint 3D appeared in Windows 10 and included the tools for creation of 3D models but it was not the update for the classic Paint.

Paint became the alternative of the more complicated graphic editors and won a lot of admirers.

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