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Last week we had reported that Paint.NET which is a desktop app will be hitting the Windows Store soon. The app will be made with Microsoft’s Project Centennial Desktop Bridge. Paint.NET developer Rick Brewster has shared some details for it.

He said he world be first bringing the update version 4.0.17 to desktop app which will bring “native” portable-ness to the app. This will be done by a .exe.config setting to redirect the app’s settings into a local JSON file. He added that after bring this version to desktop he will be bringing it on the Windows Store. He has not given any expected date for the process.

Paint.NET developer Rick Brewster had earlier said that he 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.

Interested users who don’t want to wait for the Windows Store version can download the desktop app to test Paint.NET here.

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