A piece of happy news for all the MS PAINT lovers. MS PAINT has been scratched out of the 'due to be removed' list of applications from Windows 10.
This news had been confirmed lately by the Microsoft developer Brandon LeBlanc, after which the artists let out their sigh of relief. In 2017, there was an updated list of application declared as the 'to be removed' applications from the Windows, which traumatised many MS Paint lovers.
After all, that was the first thing we all, as kids had started off with. The sudden warnings of MS Paint being deprecated for the upcoming updates of Windows drew a strange fear in the child present inside every adult who had once been using the MS Paint.
“Yes, MSPaint will be included in 1903,” says LeBlanc without mentioning what were the reasons of scratching out MS Paint from the 'to be removed list'. For now, its time to make merry, as MS Paint is included in the May 2019 update of Windows.
There had been many tweets from several fields after this confirmation.
"It's an Easter Jesus miracle: MS Paint back from the dead (ish) and in Windows 10 'for now'" - The Register
"Don't worry everyone, MS Paint lives on"- Crystal Sculler
There had also been tweets of refreshing arts drawn through MS Paint. Despite the MS Paint functions which were to be inculcated into the more advanced Paint 3D, MS paint survived the update.