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Basic Graphics and Free Imaging Programs OMS Paint is a free Microsoft computer program that allows you to create image files as well as edit image files stored on your computer. Microsoft Paint or Paint, as it is also called, can also be used to quickly add text to images. It’s not the most advanced graphics / imaging software available, but is there a cult among fans about the abolition of Paint? The first version of MS Paint was introduced by a Microsoft developer with the first version of Windows Windows, 1985. Since then, it has been included in all versions of Microsoft Windows, including Windows 10. The program has undergone several updates. over the years to include more. advanced features as Windows computers are developed. The biggest update came with starting Windows (function () {(‘review-app-page-desktop’);}); Thanks to its simplicity and ease of use, and the fact that it ships with all Windows computers, Paint quickly became one of the most commonly used applications in early versions of Windows. For the first time, he introduced a large number of people to computer imaging. In 2019, fans of the old app worried that Microsoft would abolish MS Paint in a planned update to Windows 10 in 1903. A heated debate ensued on Twitter. Calls for Paint’s continued survival were answered when Microsoft confirmed that it would not be discontinued and would be available after the update. However, the program is marked as “obsolete” in the new update, which means that it is no longer actively updated. Is MS Paint free? MS Paint is completely free and should already be on your Windows computer (located in the Windows Start menu in the Accessories folder). If you don’t have Paint on your computer, installing it couldn’t be easier. Just download and run the .exe file and MS Paint will open automatically. Users with the latest version of Windows 10 may want to try Microsoft’s update to the classic Paint app, Paint 3D. It includes basic and advanced art tools to create not only exclusive 2D art, but also 3D objects. Microsoft Paint for Mac does not exist. Mac users are encouraged to download Paintbrush, a lightweight, lightweight imaging program for Mac OS. What is MS Paint used for? Microsoft Paint is a simple raster graphics editor. Opens and saves files as one page bitmaps (BMP), JPEG, GIF, PNG, and TIFF. The program can be in two-color color or black and white mode, but there is no gray scale mode. The main features of MS Paint are simple drawing tools with which you can easily paint on a blank canvas or an existing image. Additionally, Paint includes cropping, resizing, rotating, tilting and selecting tools for further manipulation of the image. Paint is an amazing and straightforward program that offers very few advanced features. It is very easy to use even for beginners. User interface withouteffort has tools on the left and menus at the top. Tool descriptions seem to offer advice to users, although in reality they do. The joy of Paint is just playing with tools and looking at the illustrations you can create. With a few strokes, pulls, and clicks, you can create weird arrangements of overlapping color shapes. You can remove sections, paint and draw free lines, and add airbrushes and text effects to a variety of fonts, you can even add a transparent background. Do this on a blank screen or in an imported image file, and then set it as a desktop image. Although the tools available in Paint are limited, their artistic use is as limited as the user’s imagination. Plus, there are plenty of articles online that reveal amazing creative things MS Paint can do. Of course, Paint attracts criticism for its oversimplification, but those looking to expand on graphic design or image manipulation should look elsewhere. For example, Photoscape, Gimp, and Crete have advanced tools, although they are still easier to use than Photoshop. Nostalgia and Famous Fans Of course, part of MS Paint’s enduring appeal is inevitably shrouded in a touch of nostalgia. Anyone who grew up or started using computers in the 90s certainly already knows and loves Paint. For many, using the program was the first time they realized that computers could be used for art. Painting is not only popular with occasional users. Even serious artists are fans of the program. The famous Beatle and artist Ringo Starr has been using the app for decades and exhibiting his works created by Paint. Meanwhile, the artist behind the successful online blog, Jim Will Paint It, uses Microsoft Paint to create his surreal and hilarious images for a multitude of people. The long-standing collection of web comics, MS Paint Adventures, was originally created using the program. The simplicity of Paint as a program belies the amazing creative results it can achieve. Anyone looking for an MS Paint alternative will find a wide range of similar programs that also offer simple tools and features. PowerPaint lets you edit photos and create your own designs, and MyPaint is great for beginner digital artists, while EZ Paint is a straightforward alternative to enduring classics. Although it hasn’t changed much in over 30 years, Paint still holds a high place in the list of graphics editing software. Nostalgia for the past, coupled with the simplicity of the program, allows him to maintain a loyal following of amateur and professional artists. Of course, it is obsolete and its functionality is limited. In addition, there is constant talk that Microsoft will end it. But for those looking for an easy way to create simple works of art on a computer, MS Paint offers just enough to be versatile, without going overboard.