Friday, July 01, 2005


MS Paint, the graphics application that comes bundled with Windows Operating Systems is a quite basic package. It is adequate for producing very simple graphics but not suitable for creating anything too fancy.

However, there is an excellent free replacement for MS Paint that offers much more sophisticated graphics manipulation capabilities. Paint.NET looks a lot like MS Paint, but boasts advanced features such as the ability to use layers, a number of built in effects, photo and image adjustment options and a lot more. runs on Windows 2000, XP, or Server 2003 and is written in the C# programming language.

Check out Paint.NET

1 comment:

Clif said...

Have you actually tried this one? I don't have .net installed and I've been holding off on doing that. As a consequence, I've missed out on trying this and a few other apps that look nice.