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Microsoft Paint goes Universal Windows and gets a big 3D update

Posted on Tuesday, October 11 2016 @ 18:01:17 CEST by


Tom Warren from The Verge got his hands on Microsoft's new version of Paint. The upcoming release will be a Universal Windows app and it will be packed with pen- and touch-friendly features, as well as support for 3D objects. Unfortunately, it looks like support for layers isn't included. More details are expected at Microsoft's Windows 10 event on October 26th.
Microsoft's 3D object support is demonstrated best in the company's launch video for Paint, and most of the objects in this alpha version suffer from some pixilation issues. It's unfair to judge this leaked copy of Paint until Microsoft is ready to unveil it officially, but we're expecting the company to detail it at the Windows 10 and Surface event later this month.




 



 

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