For more than 20 years, Microsoft Paint has been the default graphic editor on Windows. The last major update for paint was made in Windows 7, where users got the facility to use shapes and brushes. But now with Windows 10, there are going to be major changes in Paint. A new version of Paint in development by Microsoft for Windows 10 was leaked on Twitter website.
Microsoft’s New Paint App for Windows 10
The objective of the update is towards the users of a pen. Users will now be able to draw in 3D objects in a scene. Shapes which are drawn in 2D can be converted easily to 3D. The 3D objects can now be painted over, or stickers can also be placed easily on them. One will also find assets which are made by other users. Including in a community of user-created content is a brilliant addition. Boards are also available that can be shared between users, providing a platform for collaborative painting.