MS Paint in Windows 7, new look Ribbon UI

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Like many other Window applications, Microsoft Paint also get looks makeover in Windows7 operating system. It now sports ribbon UI (user interface) at the top, allowing easy access to different features of MS paint. Following screenshot explains it all:

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Related – Windows7 Wordpad with Ribbon UI for XP & Vista

Inspite of looks makeover, MS paint is still meant for very basic image editing functions. There is no significant addition of new features to MS paint. With makeover existing features are more in your face and usable due to ribbon interface. See version comparison [via] of MS paint over different Window OS.

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  1. So you’re simply bashing someone because he didn’t like the “incredible upgrade” Microsoft made to Paint. You say they are devoid of information.
    I don’t see any information in your post, Rodya. You said it was pretty, you said it was useful, you said it was “an OBVIOUS improvement”? Come on. The first is arbitrary, the second one is fake, and the third one is just ridiculous. You didn’t specify in the least WHY is it better. Just bashed the person who doesn’t share your point of view. Do you know how is that called? Ad hominem. You simply felt the necessity to argue with someone in the internet. What a bigot, huh?

  2. No matter how nice you make a new feature, how pretty, how useful, how much of an obvious improvement it is, somebody will hate it. Most of the time their arguments are devoid of information, needlessly passionate, and use a 4th grade vocabulary. They usually sound a lot like this:

    “Ribbon = Quick access?

    Don’t joke! It is the worst piece of crap ever. I am using Openoffice in my office thanks to the Ribbons.”

  3. Ice God says:

    I agree with anonymous.

  4. Someone says:

    Ribbon = Quick access?

    Don’t joke! It is the worst piece of crap ever. I am using Openoffice in my office thanks to the Ribbons.

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