Paint.NET – Tiny, fast and free alternative of Photoshop

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Paint.NET is an image and photo processing software, it was developed and maintained by Rick Brewster when he was a Washington State University student, written in C# (C Sharp programming language), and was provided the project guidance from Microsoft later for locating in one early MS Paint free alternatives.

Now Paint.NET has gradually developed into a powerful and easy-to-use image and photo editing program, supports Layer, Clone Stmap, Edge Detection, Motion Blur, History (unlimited) and many other utilities.

Paint.NET has a professional interface which looks a little like the famous (yet very expensive) Photoshop, but it is open-source and free, this is a very good thing for the image processing amateurs.

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  • Simple, intuitive, and innovative user interface
  • The fastest image editor available
  • Professional layers
  • Automatically Updated
  • Many Special Effects
  • Powerful Tools for drawing and editing
  • Unlimited History
  • Free! Doesn’t cost a dime

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