Microsoft is set to host an event for Windows later this month, but ahead of that event on October 28th some details about what will be announced at that show may have leaked.

This is the recent reveal of a new Paint app that will reportedly be released at the show, and will be released for Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system.

It was leaked in a video that was released by the Twitter account WalkingCat, who found a few video demonstrations of the app and then Tom Warren from The Verge posted it YouTube.

Check it out:

In the video we can see that there will be a new “Paint Preview” app, which will include all of the features that you are used, but also with support for 3D objects, with the ability to annotate them with a range of markers and art tools.

Of course, none of this actually confirms that a new Paint app is coming, however, it’s probably the closest that we will see ahead of the event.

Make sure to come back to TechNutty on October 28th to read about that official stuff.

Via: The Verge

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