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Paint.NET gets update to version 4.3.3 with new features ›This version has been changed from .NET 5 to .NET 6

Another update with version number 4.3.3 is available for download to Paint.NET, the image processing software. With this update, Paint.NET has been replaced by the now-released .NET 6. This brings additional improvements to rendering and startup performance, and ensures that the developer and plug-in writer can build on the latest version of the site, including C # 10. Dark Theme support for Windows 10 and 11 includes some improvements, UI fixes for Windows 11, three new translations, and several important bug fixes found by forum members. Version 4.3.3 will last work on Windows 7 and 8.1 or any 32-bit version of Windows. Only Windows 10 and 11 and 64-bit are supported from version 4.4. The update to version 4.3.3 of the classic version of Paint.NET can now be checked through the update process ⚙ Settings → Updates அல்லது or download via the website. If you use the Paint.NET application for Windows 10, you will receive an automatic update within the next 24 hours. The full list of new features and improvements in this version can be found below or at Paint.NET Blog.

Download -> Download the classic version of Paint.NET

Version 4.3.3 is now available for download from the official website:

Download -> Download the Paint.NET app from the Microsoft Store

Version 4.3.3 is now available for download on the Microsoft Store:

Version 4.3.3 includes the following new features and improvements:

  • New: Application changed to .NET 6, which improves both rendering and startup performance
  • New translation: Catalan (ca)
  • New translation: Corsican (co)
  • New Translation: Thai (th)
  • Changed: Removed / createMsi command for installer. Instead, you can now download MSIs directly from the GitHub Releases page.
  • Improved various UI controls for the dark theme, e.g. Scrollbars (Win10 v1809 + only)
  • How the various UI controls look in Windows 11, eg buttons and drop-down lists
  • Fixed the reset command instead of changing the display -> zoom zoom level when using the keyboard shortcut (Ctrl + B).
  • Improved performance during the “Extract” phase of the installer by migrating from the Nullsoft Scriptable Installer System (NSIS)
  • Download size on ARM64 reduced by about 33%
  • Rendering bug fixed in dents and polar inversion effects.
  • Memory leakage was fixed in the selection render that consumes gigabytes of GPU memory, resulting in malfunctions.
  • Fixed some GDI object leaks, especially with the Save Configuration dialog, which will eventually crash.
  • Memory leak on Settings -> Tools Fixed.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented new plug-ins from loading their own DLL dependencies as mentioned in the .deps.json file.
  • When you choose to restart the app, after an effect the plugin crashes, the crash is fixed
  • Fixed a malfunction when selecting, right-click on the history window before releasing the left mouse button, and then click Re-enter history in the window.
  • Fixed a text rendering bug in some parts of the UI, often in the effects.
  • “Untitled:” Prefix of file name argument fixed, which prevents window clippings from sending screenshot
  • Fixed some registry keys that were not removed during uninstallation
  • PdnRepair utility fixed in Windows 7
  • Fixed some conflicts with MSI compared to V4.2.16
  • Updated to bundled AvifFileType v1.1.17.0.
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Paint.NET for Windows -> Description

Paint.NET is an image processing software developed by Washington State University and Microsoft. First, Paint.NET must be an upgraded version of Microsoft Paint. Due to the standard expansion, the program now offers functions such as B. Working with known layers from Adobe Photoshop or GIMP. It also has the functionality of Adobe Photoshop.

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