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After 32 Years, MS Paint May Be Leaving Windows

24 Julio 2017

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A new list of "Features that are removed or deprecated in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update" bears the bad news, as it includes Paint in the "deprecated" column, indicating that the venerable graphics app is "not in active development and might be removed in future releases".

Don't start planning the wake yet, however: There's no timeline or execution date set for deprecated products, and Microsoft notes that this recent list could change at some point in the future.

"With the Windows 10 Creators Update, released in April, Microsoft introduced the new Paint 3D, which is installed alongside traditional Paint and features 3D image making tools as well as some basic 2D image editing". By 'deprecation', Microsoft means that there will be no more resources aimed to develop or maintain the program.

Obviously the internet is not happy with the news, and has already started mourning the loss of our favourite childhood software.

But fans of Paint will be disappointed to hear that Microsoft plans to remove the drawing software, 32 years after it was first introduced.

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Pour one out for Paint.

For many Windows users, Paint has been that one utility which lives on their machines and comes to their rescue whenever required. And now Microsoft may be killing Paint. The downside is that the overall update process will take a bit longer.

Let us know what you think of Paint's possible demise in the comments. Paint was never one of Microsoft's 'most capable' software, but it was definitely one of the most popular ones.