Microsoft finally put MS Paint in the Microsoft Store – almost four years after trying to replace the app with Paint 3D.The change is part of the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview, which allows the Snipping Tool to be updated via the Microsoft Store.
Back in 2017, Microsoft released the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and announced that it would no longer develop Microsoft Paint.Instead, the company is trying to push a replacement called Paint 3D, which includes 3D editing tools as well as editing. 2D images Needless to say, Windows users aren’t happy with the decision
Microsoft Paint Icon and Snipping Tools
Microsoft soon realized the error of various methods and announced that it would add MS Paint to the Microsoft Store for everyone to download for free.It never really removed MS Paint from Windows 10, but with the new Windows 10 Insider Preview. The latest finally makes the beloved app available to update via the store.
“MSPaint can now be updated through the Microsoft Store outside of a major operating system update,” Microsoft said in a blog post. Myself in the Start menu “
As for Paint 3D, that app will no longer be part of a fresh install of Windows 10, but this app, along with 3D Viewer, will be available in the Microsoft Store. Snip & Sketch, which can be updated through the Microsoft Store, means it will receive updates outside of major operating system updates.
The changes are part of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21354, which includes new personalization options for news and attention on the taskbar, improvements to display settings, and various bug fixes and improvements. You can view the full changelog for the release here.
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