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The Microsoft Is On A Verge Of Killing One Of Our Childhood Memory

Published on 26 July 17
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Did you receive the obituary from the Microsoft? If not then let me tell you that Microsoft has just announced to kill one of our childhood memory. Yes! The Microsoft just announced that there would be no MS Paint in the next update of the Windows 10.

The first version of the MS Paint was launched way back in 1985. It was a licensed copy of the program called PC Paintbrush by the ZSoft Corporation. The first version of the MS Paint allowed the people of that era to edit 1-bit black and white graphics in MSP format. Even the JPEG wasn’t the format of the MS Paint of 1985. It was later added in the MS Paint until the launch of Windows 98. After that, the Microsoft keep updating its Pain application with the updates in the windows. However, due to other designing software, the MS Paint become like a war veteran which only get remembered on the day of his death. This is exactly what we are doing right now with the MS Paint because the Microsoft didn’t include this in their future program.

Many people claimed it as the death of our childhood or the murder of 90s kid’s memories. Even different pages and other groups started making the memes over it. Most of them are mocking Microsoft for deprecating the MS Paint from the windows. However, they are the same people who must not have open the MS Paint from the years because if they had used paint since the launching of the Windows 7, they would have known that the end days of MS Paint is very near.

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Other things to be deprecated:

This 3D paint is a modern version of the app. However, instead of replacing the traditional paint with the 3D paint, the Microsoft decided to keep both of it. However, when it is confirmed to be removed in the next update of the Windows, there are some other things too which is going to be deprecated from the next update. The deprecated list from the Microsoft includes Apndatabase.xml, Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET), Outlook Express, Reader app, Reading List, Screen saver functionality in Themes, Syskey.exe, TCP Offload Engine, Tile Data Layer and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Owner Password Management are some more things that are going to be deprecated in the next possible update of Windows 10 which is planned to be launched in September.

IIS 6 Management Compatibility, IIS Digest Authentication, RSA/AES Encryption for IIS, Sync Your Settings, System Image Backup (SIB) Solution, TLS RC4 Ciphers, Trusted Platform Module (TPM): TPM.msc and TPM Remote Management, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Remote Management, Windows Hello for Business deployment that uses System Center Configuration Manager and Windows PowerShell 2.0 these are some deprecated things from the next update of the Windows.

Final Words:

It is true that we use paint may be in months but feeling to lose it is hitting us like real. Moreover, this has also become one of the top trends on the social media and everyone giving tribute to this tool of our young age entertainment by drawing all those things again that we used to in the 90s. Before your system asks for the update, do draw something on the paint and upload it on your social media profile and give the tribute to the MS Paint that it deserves.

The Jamison is the name of the blogging, tweeting and making statements on the internet. He is a Master in Literature with the inborn talent of brilliant writing pieces. He also provides his writing services to the academic writing companies which provide custom help - ready assignment writers to the students in need.








Did you receive the obituary from the Microsoft? If not then let me tell you that Microsoft has just announced to kill one of our childhood memory. Yes! The Microsoft just announced that there would be no MS Paint in the next update of the Windows 10.

The first version of the MS Paint was launched way back in 1985. It was a licensed copy of the program called PC Paintbrush by the ZSoft Corporation. The first version of the MS Paint allowed the people of that era to edit 1-bit black and white graphics in MSP format. Even the JPEG wasn’t the format of the MS Paint of 1985. It was later added in the MS Paint until the launch of Windows 98. After that, the Microsoft keep updating its Pain application with the updates in the windows. However, due to other designing software, the MS Paint become like a war veteran which only get remembered on the day of his death. This is exactly what we are doing right now with the MS Paint because the Microsoft didn’t include this in their future program.

Many people claimed it as the death of our childhood or the murder of 90s kid’s memories. Even different pages and other groups started making the memes over it. Most of them are mocking Microsoft for deprecating the MS Paint from the windows. However, they are the same people who must not have open the MS Paint from the years because if they had used paint since the launching of the Windows 7, they would have known that the end days of MS Paint is very near.

The Microsoft Is On A Verge Of Killing One Of Our Childhood Memory - Image 1


Other things to be deprecated:


This 3D paint is a modern version of the app. However, instead of replacing the traditional paint with the 3D paint, the Microsoft decided to keep both of it. However, when it is confirmed to be removed in the next update of the Windows, there are some other things too which is going to be deprecated from the next update. The deprecated list from the Microsoft includes Apndatabase.xml, Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET), Outlook Express, Reader app, Reading List, Screen saver functionality in Themes, Syskey.exe, TCP Offload Engine, Tile Data Layer and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Owner Password Management are some more things that are going to be deprecated in the next possible update of Windows 10 which is planned to be launched in September.

IIS 6 Management Compatibility, IIS Digest Authentication, RSA/AES Encryption for IIS, Sync Your Settings, System Image Backup (SIB) Solution, TLS RC4 Ciphers, Trusted Platform Module (TPM): TPM.msc and TPM Remote Management, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Remote Management, Windows Hello for Business deployment that uses System Center Configuration Manager and Windows PowerShell 2.0 these are some deprecated things from the next update of the Windows.

Final Words:

It is true that we use paint may be in months but feeling to lose it is hitting us like real. Moreover, this has also become one of the top trends on the social media and everyone giving tribute to this tool of our young age entertainment by drawing all those things again that we used to in the 90s. Before your system asks for the update, do draw something on the paint and upload it on your social media profile and give the tribute to the MS Paint that it deserves.

The Jamison is the name of the blogging, tweeting and making statements on the internet. He is a Master in Literature with the inborn talent of brilliant writing pieces. He also provides his writing services to the academic writing companies which provide custom help - ready assignment writers to the students in need.

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