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Paint.net: Great update for free photo editing

Paint.net: Great update for free photo editing


Version 4.3.3 of Paint.Net, a free image processing system, has been released, bringing significant innovations and improvements.

Paint.Net 4.3.3 is available

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And with it powerful free image processing further encourages important innovations. The new .Net 6 framework is now basically working, which, according to the developers, enhances both Paint.net’s startup and rendering performance. Additionally, plug-in developers can use the latest tools, including C # 10. Under Hood, Paint.net 4.3.3 no longer relies on “NSIS” (Nalsoft Scriptable Installer System) for compression, but is in 7-zip implementation. This will reduce the size of the 64-bit installer.

There are improvements in Paint.net 4.3.2. Also with dark theme support under Windows 10 and Windows 11. Fixed some bugs in the surface under Windows 11. Paint.net is also proficient in Catalan, Corsican and Thai languages. There is also talk of fixing a number of bugs, including a memory leak.

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Important for users of older versions of Windows: Paint.Net 4.3.x is one of the last versions to support Windows 7, Windows 8 or any other 32-bit version of Windows. In Paint.Net 4.4, only 64-bit versions of Windows 10 and Windows 11 are supported. As the first version of Windows for end users, Windows 11 is only available in 64-bit versions.

Paint.net can do that

Since the project was founded in 2004, Paint.Net has grown into a serious image editor that enriches the world of Windows. The program is led by Washington State University. The original goal was for students to upgrade the built-in paint on Windows with the help of Microsoft. Created in Paint.Net C #. Two of the students who were initially involved in the project are now employed at Microsoft and have since been involved in the further development of Paint.Net.

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If you want to support Paint.net financially, you can buy the image processor for 6. 6.99 at the Microsoft Store. The proceeds are entirely invested in the further development of the image processing. Additionally, this variant can be installed quickly and easily, especially under Windows 10 and Windows 11.