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Even though the Store apps arent perfect (and wont be for awhile), they are much better than the Desktop ones. And theyre free! Theres no in-app purchases, and there is no monthly fee. For some apps, youll see a “Buy” button in the Store. You can do that, and if you have a valid subscription to Visual Studio/MSDN, you can add Paint.NET to your toolbox for free. If you do, you get access to the more advanced plugins that have the proper licensing.

We can build store apps now in 2015-2016, and users get the satisfaction of new features all the time, and we can make money on them. Its probably safe to say that the Store is the future of Paint.NET.

Of course, if Paint.NET ever goes away, we have a robust community built around it. So make sure to get your favorite plugins in the AppFiles folder of the Store app- theyre still gonna work fine even if youd never purchased Paint.

As I said at the beginning of this post, I put out a free update to Paint.NET some years ago to add a bunch of new features and to add in some additional help for beginners. I was very happy with the results of that, but Im not very good at selling software. Ive tried to find someone who was willing to step up and hire me, but the sums that I was asking were on the high side of ludicrous. Ive talked to people who are not employed by Microsoft about how they might be interested in doing it, but nothing ever seems to happen.

If you like Paint.NET, then dont miss the big donate button on the front page of, or go to the donate page in the link at the bottom of the front page. If you pay for the donation, its used to sponsor development work on the app.

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Robert, The Lightroom stuff is amazing… I just wish it would run on Linux. I tried a few Wine “launchers” with minor success. I don’t think I have the time or skills to try to make it possible to run Photoshop or Lightroom on Linux. I would love to get Paint.NET running on Linux… I just need the time to do so!

David, I did not read your post before writing my reply. I dont know if I could use the “sRGB” color profile in Paint.NET. The only possible use case I have for the sRGB profile is when previewing the image in an image-viewer and I always do this after I have edited the image, and its color-calibrated.

Hey Rick,
I’m seeing the same thing, Photoshop CS4 & Windows 7 (64-bit) for the Windows 7 testers. And yeah, I did the update this morning and it was a pain. I think I’m going to rebuild the machine without MS paint and keep Paint Shop Pro until the new is released. Then it’s back to Paint Shop Pro.

Hi, Rick, I’m getting the same problem with trying to open Paint.NET on my Windows XP Home machine (running it inside Window 7) – even though the main program is not opening properly. I’ve uninstalled it, reinstalled it and removed Paint.NET from my C:\Program Files and also deleted the key files in C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\PaintShopPro\v9.0.7623.0857\MFP\common\extensions, and still nothing. Any idea what the problem could be? I’m running Win 7 Ultimate with SP1 if that makes any difference.

Wow, just updating to the 3.6.0 release fixed the inability of Paint.NET to write my palette data to resized files (thanks for fixing that in 3.5.10), and then this problem with the Multiply tool. Working great now.

Paint.NET Review

Overall, its a refreshing break from the norm, even if it does only afford a degree of non-destructiveness (and its not fully non-destructive). The fluid UI, simplified interface, and familiar tools make for a slick experience in the realm of photograph editors. Its true that Paint.NET isnt quite as feature-rich as Adobe Photoshop, but it strikes the right balance between features and simplicity.

I am a big fan of this one! Installtion was a breeze, and the various tools are easy to use. One of my favorite things about Paint.NET is that it is based on the.NET Framework, and so integrates with all kinds of applications made by developers around the world. If you use Github, Visual Studio or other Microsoft tools, the Express Edition makes for a fun way to work on your side projects. Its also a great Windows base for doing a lot of digital artwork.

One of my favorite aspects of Paint.NET is how simple it is, yet powerful. I was very happy with the new design especially the increased use of the space between the toolbar and the canvas. Simply put, Paint.NET works. The only thing I didn’t like is the semi-opaque effect that the toolbar uses on Mac.

Settings. Although you can configure Paint.NET in a lot of different ways (and Im sure someone will edit this review and make it much longer), I did find that the “Under the Hood” settings are somewhat confusing. For example, I could go to Edit > Preferences > Interface and uncheck “Reveal Filter in Titlebar”. I could also uncheck “Resize Widgets”. (If you want to resize the toolbox, you can go to Edit > Preferences > Appearance and check “Show toolbox”.) This is a pretty common issue with any app on Windows that doesn’t use Microsoft’s stock UI definitions. Although this is just a little nitpick, Microsoft could really benefit from making it a bit easier for people to configure their tools.

What’s new in Paint.NET

What's new in Paint.NET

  • Innovative Filters, the program’s new ‘Alchemy’ filter lets you edit images using the slider and blending modes.
  • Expanded and improved Image Selection and Opacity options, an advanced way to adjust images’ hue, saturation, brightness, contrast, etc.
  • Samples, a new gallery with no-fuss, sample images to try on your own artwork.
  • Automatic Auto-Save option to save every pixel you paint.
  • Great Image Tools; New transform tools; new shape tools; etc.
  • Shape guides for line and paint styles, to create precise shapes for easy editing.
  • Customizable controls to toggle various elements on and off (Included with each installation of Paint.NET)
  • Full screen mode, now available as a painting preset.
  • New Vertical and Horizontal Grids for sampling, lines, borders, and more.

Paint.NET System Requirements

  • Operating system: Windows XP, Vista or later
  • Processor: 800MHz or higher
  • RAM: 512MB of RAM (1GB will run it more smoothly)
  • Hard Disk: 200MB of free disk space
  • Video: DirectX 9 or OpenGL 1.2 supported video card and >=256MB VRAM (DirectX 9 only)

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