After months of waiting, Paint.NET is finally available from the Microsoft Store. The developer behind the app announced the arrival of the app on Friday, and you can download it from the store right now on your Windows 10 PC.
Paint.NET’s Microsoft Store app is almost exactly like the classic Win32 version of the app, meaning that all the features you can get on the classic version of the app are available from the Microsoft Store version. The app also supports all the third-party plugins. But there’s a catch, though. The classic version of the app is available for free, but if you want to download it from the Microsoft Store, you’ll have to pay $8.99 (currently on sale for $5.99). That’s mainly due to the fact that not many users donate to support the app currently, and the developer says buying the app from the Microsoft Store could be a much easier way of users supporting the development of the app. Of course, if you don’t want to pay for the app, you can just get the free Win32 app from its official site instead.
You can get the app below.
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