Microsoft Paint app will no longer be on the latest Windows 10 update

By TechNadu Staff / July 25, 2017

Microsoft decides to kill off the oldest paint program on their next Windows 10 update. Windows 10 update is expected to bring a number of new features to attract more users.

Microsoft Paint program was released on the first version of Window 1.0 in 1985. It is the first graphics editors in Windows world. Initially, it is a 1-bit monochrome licensed version of ZSoft's PC Paintbrush then the paint could save in JPEG image. Well, Window 10 has a new 3D paint program and feature with 3D image making tools as well as some basic 2D image editing.

Surely, the above updates won't match with the original paint. Microsoft says "The following features and functionalities in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update are either removed from the product in the current release ('Removed') or are not in active development and might be removed in future releases ('Deprecated'),".

In the month of April, Windows 10 creators update introduced the 3D Paint program. This feature will be helpful to sketch in 3D and also designing apps or games in future.

The paint program is one of all time favorite and necessary one. The company said, "the list is subject to change and may not include every deprecated feature or functionality".

Once the Fall creator Update Arrives, then 3D Builder app, Apndatabase.XML, Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET), Outlook Express, Reader app, Reading List, Screen saver functionality in Themes, Syskey.exe, TCP Offload Engine, Tile Data Layer and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Owner Password Management will be removed on Windows 10.

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