Microsoft is working on a new app which is intended to replace the good old classic Paint app in Windows 10. The new version of the application will be a "Universal" app and might become available on all Windows 10 devices including Windows 10 Mobile. Earlier, the leaked APPX package of the upcoming Paint app became available for download. Let's see how to install it.
Microsoft is going to replace Paint with a new, Universal Windows Platform app with the same name which is completely different. It is getting 3D objects and pen input. It comes with tools like markers, brushes, various art tools to help users create objects. The app has tools to transform 2D drawings into 3D objects.
To get it running in Windows 10 build 14942, you need to download the APPX package. I suggest you download the one provided by twitter user Gustave M:
— Gustave M. (@gus33000) October 10, 2016
It is a genuine APPX which has the proper digital signature:
That's it. Now you can test the new Paint app.
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