Not only will it not be deleted in the latest Windows versions, the Paint software is also updated to have the feature automatically saved images.
Perhaps Windows 10 users have not forgotten Microsoft’s announcement last year, saying it will remove the Paint application to replace it with more powerful editing applications. But this did not happen because the community was vehemently opposed to the forums.
The software is also updated to a new version after an unchanged long time, allowing users to restore the image if the hand off but not saved. Users who open the application without saving the image will receive a message to restore the status quo, since Paint automatically saves after the drawing gesture.
This feature has appeared on many Microsoft office software, including Words and Excel, but has now been equipped with Paint. It looks like the 32-year-old editing and drawing software will still be alive, no matter how advanced the software is.