Microsoft to end MS Paint future in Windows
New York: Microsoft has announced regular removal of key software used for Windows 32 MS Paint in 32 years. According to media reports, software that will not be included in the next version of Windows includes Microsoft Paint, Outlook Express, Microsoft Reader and Reading List. Microsoft says the last two software will be integrated into a Microsoft edge browser. The users who use Microsoft Windows have been reported to be the most surprising Microsoft paint because it has proved to be the most effective and effective tool for users to post pictures for the past 32 years, especially in children.
Microsoft has put the software listed in the “Miscellaneous Features” list, which means that they are likely to be able to add them to the future in the future. The paint tool was first included in Windows 1.0 in 1985 when it was an application software itself. According to statistics last year, the number of users of this tool was 10 million a month. However, it is a pleasure that if the old version of the paint is finished, Microsoft has already introduced a paint-up software which has the most improved options.