Post Profile

Microsoft's Paint app gets ready for a Surface future with 3D tools and a redesign

Although Windows 10 brings many new opportunities, it is still some of the core apps like Notepad, Snipping Tool, and even Paint that many of us rely on day to day. Microsoft's intentions are to bring all its apps to UWP and MS Paint looks to be on that list too. Twitter user Walking Cat (@h0x0d) posted a few demo videos last night revealing the new Paint app coming likely later this month.
read more


Related Posts

Visual Studio '15' will make it easier to turn a Windows desktop app into a UWP app for Windows 10

Technology / Microsoft : Windows Central

Microsoft has announced the Desktop to UWP Packaging Project for its upcoming Visual Studio "15" developer tools, which should make it easier to convert Windows desktop apps to Windows 10 UWP apps. ...

New software tools from Vuforia could bring catalogs to life via Microsoft HoloLens

Technology / Microsoft : Windows Central

Vuforia, which offers software development tools for making augmented reality apps, has released its newest SDK. Vuforia 6 adds support for making AR apps with Windows 10 and its UWP platform and with the HoloLens headset. ...

Microsoft releases tool for converting old software to modern Windows 10 apps

Technology : The Next Web Blog

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced the Desktop App Converter, a tool that would allow developers to convert classic Windows programs into modern Universal Windows Platform(UWP) apps. A preview version is now available to download. A...

Mobilize’s Silverlight bridge lets developers port their apps to Windows 10

Technology : Venture Beat

Microsoft today announced the availability of a technology preview of a tool that developers can use to convert Windows Phone Silverlight 8.x apps to apps to Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps. UWP is a big deal because it can al...

Microsoft unveils Desktop App Converter, a developer tool for bringing existing Win32 apps to the Windows Store

Technology : Venture Beat

Microsoft today unveiled the Desktop App Converter, which lets developers bring existing Windows applications to the Windows Universal Platform (UWP). The company is hoping to bring the 16 million existing Win32/.Net applications to...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC