Microsoft wants to make its image editor, Paint, a more complete tool. As part of a new update, the application has gained an important feature for manipulating images directly from Photoshop. This is actually a basic but important option, since, unlike the Adobe app, Paint is free and can act as an alternative to it.
Photoshop features in Paint
Who is it available for and when will it be released
The new feature was reported by the site The limit and for now it is only available for Windows testers on version 11.2308.18.0. In other words, people with advanced software capabilities who access these updates before others, precisely to test them and send feedback.
There’s no word yet on when the feature will arrive for users of other versions of Windows.
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