One of the things I like to do, is look around for free software and pass on that info to other people so that they can benefit from programs that only costs bandwidth and can do almost as much as a commercial program.
Paint.NET is what is geekily known as an ‘image manipulation’ program or as I would call it, ‘a paint prog’ which is jolly good at creating images as well as a fair bit of photo processing. In fact, every image I create or tinker with has been through Paint.NET and so, if you too would like to check the program out for yourself, you will need the following:
- Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 x86 version (32bit) x64 version (64bit)
Changes in Paint.NET 3.08 are:
- Fixed: Pasting an image from Office 2003 applications now works (e.g. Excel 2003 graphs).
- Fixed: Some dialogs were not indicating which command button was the default. These buttons now have a highlight to indicate which one will be activated if the user presses Enter or Space.
- Fixed: Some minor keyboard navigation issues with task dialogs
- Fixed: Performance issue with the File->Acquire submenu taking a long time to appear
- Fixed: Window activation issue when the Print wizard was finished / closed
- Fixed: Crash when there was 1 image open and the user pressed Ctrl+Q and then Ctrl+W
- Fixed: Minor performance issue if the user had 1 modified image open and then canceled the “Save changes?” dialog
- Fixed: Misbehaving filetype factory implementations (plugins) will no longer cause a crash