Software Update: Paint.NET 4.3.12

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Version 4.3.12 of Paint.NET has been released. This drawing and image editing program bridges the gap between Paint, which comes with Windows, and expensive but very extensive programs such as Adobe Photoshop and Corel Photo Paint. The program can be downloaded from the maker’s website, but can also be downloaded from the website for a small fee WindowsStore be obtained. In version 4.3, among other things, the switch to .Net 6 has been made. This has improved performance considerably, but it also marks the end of support for Windows 7 and 8, which will be dropped from version 4.4. The following changes and improvements have been made in this release:


  • Added the PdnBaseForm.IsAppThemeDark property so that plugins with custom UI can more easily be dark theme aware



  • Fixed a bug when using Crop to Selection where the image would scroll away to the corner
  • Fixed a rendering bug in the brush tools that would cause some sections of the brush stroke to be rendered twice, making them darker
  • Fixed a rare crash in the rendering engine due to a race condition
  • Fixed a crash when using multiple monitors plugged into multiple GPUs from different manufacturers (eg AMD vs. NVIDIA), while moving the window between monitors (NotCurrentlyAvailableException)

Version number 4.3.12
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11
Website Paint.NET
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License type Freeware
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