For all those who grew up in the early days of PC age, Microsoft Paint is not just another application, but a link to their past. Earlier this week, Microsoft announced the Autumn (or Fall in the US) Creators Update, which will come with an array of new features. But what got everyone's attention was the Redmond giant's decision to cut Microsoft Paint from Windows.
The cyber world then witnessed an incredible outpouring of support and nostalgia around MS Paint, forcing Microsoft to reconsider their decision by making the 32- year old program a downloadable app in Windows Store. However, uncertainty still exists around the future of the application and here are the 5 best alternatives for MS Paint.