The popular image editor Paint.net for Windows has been updated by its developer to version 3.5.2.
Paint.net is a free image editor for the Windows operating system that - like GIMP - offers most options and features that are usually only found in commercial image editors such as Adobe Photoshop.
The image editing software offers all the basic image editing options one would expect such as resizing images, adding text to them, performing other image manipulations and so on and so forth.
It does - as the name suggests - require the Microsoft .net Framework 3.5.
The new version fixes several performance issues including a memory leak and stability fixes. Below is a list of what's been fixed in Paint.net 3.5.2.
The Paint.net 3.5.2 update can be downloaded from the developer's website. The software itself should pick up the update through its automatic update option as well if the feature is activated making it a tad bit more comfortable.
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