Old Version of Paint.Net 4.0 (Beta 5)
Legacy OS support
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- Windows 7
- Windows 7 x64
- Windows 8
- Windows 8 x64
- Windows 8.1
- Significantly improved performance of the Ellipse shape
- Fixed the selection outline being drawn in the wrong location when zoomed in
- Fixed a glitch in the Line/Curve tool
- Fixed a rendering glitch and crash in the Move…
Paint.NET is free image editing and photo manipulation software designed to be used on computers that run Windows. It supports layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools.
It started development as an undergraduate college senior design project mentored by Microsoft, and is currently being maintained by some of the alumni that originally worked on it. Originally intended as a free replacement for the MS Paint software that comes with Windows, it has grown into a powerful yet simple tool for photo and image editing.
The programming language used to create Paint.NET is C#, with a small amount of C++ for installation and shell-integration related functionality.
Paint .Net Features
- Simple to use interfearance
- Add layers like Photoshop
- Powerful tools
- View history
- Special effects
- Use it at no cost.
Updates : Paint.Net Updates
Did You Know?
Paint.NET was created for Windows, and has no native support for any other system. With its previous open-source nature, however, the possibility for alternate versions was available. In May 2007, Miguel de Icaza officially started a porting project called paint-mono. This project has partially ported Paint.NET 3.0 to Mono, an open-source implementation of the Common Language Infrastructure on which the .NET framework is based. This allows Paint.NET to be run on Mono-supported platforms, such as Linux. There is also a project called Pinta which is described as a clone of Paint.NET for Mono and GTK.