Microsoft will save Microsoft Paint, making it a downloadable app

paint-is-saved-100729929-mediumStand down, everyone: Microsoft Paint isn’t going away after all.

Microsoft signaled an about-face in a blog post Monday night by Megan Saunders, a general manager within the Windows Experiences group. Instead of deprecating Paint in Windows 10 (which seemed to many to be the first step toward oblivion), Saunders said Microsoft would release MS Paint in the Windows Store as a free app. “MS Paint is here to stay, it will just have a new home soon, in the Windows Store where it will be available for free,” Saunders wrote. Get to know more of this article from

10 alternative browsers that prove there’s life after Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Internet Explorer

bigbrowsersno-100729618-mediumSometimes it feels like there’s only room for four choices when it comes to web browsers on Windows: Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer. You’ll find some people running Opera, too, but for the most part it’s all about the big four. Checkout this article from

Microsoft may be quietly retiring Paint after 32 years

please-save-paint-100729862-mediumThe writing’s on the wall: Microsoft has targeted the venerable Microsoft Paint app for extinction within Windows 10. In the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update due next month, Microsoft has classified Paint as “deprecated,” meaning that the app’s not in active development and might be removed in future releases. Get to know more of this article from