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Paint.NET is a new desktop app which will be hitting the Windows Store soon. The app has been made with Microsoft’s Project Centennial Desktop Bridge. Paint.NET developer Rick Brewster is currently working on the app and has plans to push the app to the Windows Store soon.

The Paint.NET is a handy image editor and photo editing software for PCs which features an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools.

The app is currently not available in the Windows Store and the developer has not provided any time frame in regards to the availability of the app in the Store. If users are interested they can download the app from the below desktop link.

Download Paint.NET app for Windows

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