Paint.NET Trends

Paint.NET is an open-source photo editing application. Its features include unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools.

Originally intended as a free replacement for Windows Microsoft Paint program, it has now blossomed into a powerful, but easy to use, photo and image editor tool. It has come full circle now competing with the best digital photo editing software packages such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Paint Shop Pro, Microsoft Photo Editor, and The GIMP.

Paint.NET popularity now appears to be increasing with portable users.

Business Use of Paint.NET is on a upward trend.

Australia Leads by a small margin

Paint.NET is More Popular with Males

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10 thoughts on “Paint.NET Trends”

  1. I’ve been using Paint.Net for close to two years now, and it’s absolutely the best open source paint program out there for my needs, unlike the GIMP, which is difficult to use. While I do have some tiny quibbles,(lack of layer styles and free transform), it basically does everything I need. Custom brushes are coming in a future release, and there’s plenty of plug-ins to keep almost anyone happy!

  2. And they used to cal me a “Slow Learner”in school.Where do you go to get Sorry devil made me write that.lolololol sheeeesh

  3. To the above readers who want to know where to get, and to the one who rudly asked… UM… google search? … just maybe, just maybe, you never know.. just a possiblitly, and I’m grasping at straws here, but possibly google and type in ‘’ ????
    Just a though… that ANY 5 year old could figure!
    Sick of Abusive, impatient, humans who are killing the world with bitterness.

    Thanks PC-Pitstop!… so much information, and FREE TOO!

  4. ok, I finally went to and tried their d/l links. 2/3 did not work, but finally one to CNET did after trying several times. I haven’t installed the program yet, but will and compare to Corel – that I have been using for 10 years.

  5. This really is a fantastic piece of software. I would recommend it to anyone. You can do practically everything that a program costing hundreds of pounds will do. Colouring photographs, in particular, is a doddle.

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