Post subject: Re: Return Paint 3D to MSPaint Posted: Fri Dec 30, 2016 4:01 pm
Joined Wed Jul 24, 2013 8:23 pm
Location Cracow, Poland
Favourite OS Windows NT 4.0
Can't they just provide them both, by default? There is so much legacy code in Windows, that I don't get why they need to remove access to legacy paint. I see that it would be probably accessible on the Server 2016 as legacy calculator is still there, but why disable an utility which many people still use? It is an excellent tool for very basic editing, and drawing (for example pixel art). Sure, there is paint.net which is superior in many ways, but it is external application which needs to be installed and normal users will probably don't use layers and other extra stuff.