The graphic editor Microsoft Paint, which was released more than 30 years ago, seems to be a standard component Windows for a long time. This is indicated by the changes that have occurred in one of the latest insider assemblies Windows 10.
According to aggiornamentilumia.it, the Redmond giant has removed from the latest test version of its OS a warning about the upcoming transfer of Paint to the app store Microsoft Store. While the company does not explicitly disclose its plans for the program, such a change may indicate that Paint is not in danger of 'retirement', at least in the near future.
The graphical editor Microsoft Paint first appeared in the graphical shell Windows 1.0 for MD-DOS, released in November 1985.