It was circling around from some time that Microsoft is making plans to get rid of its popular Paint app in Windows 10, but at this time, the company changed its mind. For some months, warning notifications were given by the software maker for the Windows 10 users that the company is going to remove Paint, and those warnings disappeared in the most recent Update (1903) of May 2019. A senior program manager of Microsoft for Windows says that MSPaint is certainly going to be present in 1903 and it is going to continue to be a part of Windows 10 for the time being.
LeBlanc did not tell the reason why Microsoft stopped giving its warnings, but still this can be told for sure that MSPaint is no more going to be taken away from Windows 10 in the coming days. Before this time, Microsoft marked Paint as “deprecated,” suggesting that it was not developed actively and it will possibly be removed in the coming releases of Windows. It is told that the company made plans to eliminate it from Windows 10 and offer it as a free download that would be left on option for the user to choose from the Microsoft Store.
Most of the major functions of MS Paint used to be integrated into the much advanced Paint 3D app, included in a broader effort to tempt the creators to use Windows 10. At this time, it is not certain whether Microsoft is still committed to Paint 3D, or the reason why a couple of paint apps are to be included in Windows 10 in the coming days.
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