Microsoft has released the Paint application to the Microsoft Store, and users can access it just like any other Windows 10 application.
The company had announced that Paint would circulate in the Microsoft Store a long time ago, but has not mentioned more details, so today's news is definitely a little surprise.
I'm expecting Microsoft to announce Paint (store version) with today's insider build- Updates Lumia (@ALumia_Italia) April 7, 2021
However, the Paint application is not yet available for download from the Store, although it has been published.
The bet of the Paint 3D application
The Windows 10 Creators Update came with the replacement of the Paint application with a new generation called Paint 3D. Paint 3D, however, failed to attract users who continued to use the classic Paint.
But apparently Microsoft, which is monitoring what is happening, has decided to stop pre-installing Paint 3D on Windows 10.
"3D Viewer and Paint 3D will no longer be pre-installed on clean installations of the latest versions of the Insider Preview channel. Both applications will still be available in the Store and will remain on your device after the operating system update. So, if you upgrade your computer as usual, these applications will not leave your list of applications ", says Microsoft.
In other words, in addition to the classic Paint application, we will see the Paint 3D application in the Microsoft Store at some point.