If you’re a Windows user, very high chance of you have also used the MS Paint for some screenshots, quick sketch or even just for fun. But, with the looming Windows Fall Creators Update for Windows 10, one of the longest running application to date will be chopped off.
Paint, commonly known as Microsoft Paint, is a simple computer graphic application and included in all versions of Windows. The application opens and saves graphical file extensions such as JPEG, GIF (without animation), PNG, just to name a few.
With the exit of MS Paint, it will then be replaced by Paint 3D, an application that heavily promotes and use of 3D objects. Animations can still be saved in 2D and 3D formats.
Windows Fall Creator update is expected to launch in October 2017.