Download Paint.NET from the Microsoft Store for better reliability
Paint.NET is now available in the Windows Store. The app’s creator, Rick Brewster, announced it back in July. The app’s standard price will be $8.99, but it’s now on sale for $5.99 until the end of October. You also have the ability to use the 30-day free trial to check it out.
You can also find Paint.NET available for free on the web, but its creator requests that users show their appreciation for his work and support the future development by making a donation.
Advantages of using the Store version of Paint.NET app
- Background updating
The updates for this software are fully automatic and transparent, and with them, you’ll always be on the latest version of the app. The Classic version only checks for updates only once every ten days.
- Easier installation
After you purchase the app from the Store, it will be straightforward to install it to all of your PCs. Apps from the Store can’t install browser toolbars, and they can’t change your web browser’s homepage. They will not pollute your system under any circumstance, and this is a big advantage. They won’t come with malware or any dangerous bugs. Paint.NET will never do anything harmful to your system, so it’s best to get it from the Store.
- Better reliability
The Store version of Paint.NET uses a more reliable and last generation package manager and application model instead of the old school MSI technology used for web distribution.
Paint.Net version 4.0.18 provides 25% faster startup performance along with per-user plug-in support and more improvements.
Head to the Microsoft Store to get the Paint.NET app. Hurry up to get the discount as well. You’ll be satisfied with this top-notch graphics app which costs only $5.99 for now.
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