Microsoft installs its applications by default with a computer equipped with the Windows 10 operating system. However, many users who are uncomfortable with this situation say that they do not want applications to take up space on the computer unnecessarily. The software giant has made a decision that will please these users. He decided not to include photo editing software in Windows by default anymore.
Windows 10 will not include Paint by default
Microsoft introduced two apps, Paint 3D and 3D Viewer, with the Release of Windows 10 Creators Update. Adding these two applications to computers by default, the company abandoned its decision and announced that Paint 3D and 3D Viewer will no longer be included in Windows 10 installations.
First noticed by Insider Previewer users, this innovation was clarified by Microsoft’s announcement. The company said its new decision will not affect those who have already installed the apps. Both apps will continue to exist in the Microsoft Store, he added.
Microsoft summed up its decision as follows:
“3D Viewer and Paint 3D will no longer be preinstalled in clean installations of the latest Insider Preview versions. Both apps will continue to be available in the Store and will remain on your device after an operating system update. Therefore, if you upgraded your computer normally, these apps will remain on your list.”
Paint 3D, which is more modern and has only one interface, came across as a revamped version of classic Paint. Focusing on 3D content production, the app featured editing features that were not included in classic Paint. Microsoft aims for the app to make a great contribution to Windows users and expected it to be one of the most preferred in this field.
Likewise, two tools, 3D Viewer and 3D Objects, were added to Windows by default with creators update. Microsoft has abandoned its move. He left the choice of whether to install apps entirely to users.
You can install both applications on your computer by using the following links: