Microsoft Paint is not being killed in next Windows 10 update

But Microsoft released a blog post shortly after to clarify that Paint would not be completely removed, but instead made available via the Windows Store for free.
Microsoft is not killing off its Paint app in the next update of Windows 10, the company said late on Monday, after fears that the iconic software could be ditched.
Paint was introduced with the first version of Windows, called Windows 1.0 in November 1985.
If there’s anything we learned, it’s that after 32 years, MS Paint has a lot of fans.
“Today, we’ve seen an incredible outpouring of support and nostalgia around MS Paint.

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Posted at Tue Jul 25 11:10:32 2017

Moon Emoji Reviews

apple, producing the classic new moon with a face. he has such a smooth face, with baby like skin, and eyes as deep as the ocean, its hard to not get lost in his forever gaze. if you stare too long though, you will swear you can feel his human lips brush against your ear. 7/10

google’s interpretation is very friendly, welcoming. his big round nose reminds me of a papa cartoon character, and is, therefore, very easy on the eyes and lovable. although the eyes are a tad blank, and frightful. 6/10

microsoft takes an interesting take on the moon - it appears to look more like a stale cookie, or like spongebob’s parents. his feline type nose throws me off… hes throwing mixed signals… this is not a moon, but a beast of the night, taunting, lurking. 4/10

samsung… oh samsung… what did you do? you’ve turned microsofts cookie moon beast into a cgi monster, with soft features, similar to that of apple’s. maybe this would be better if he didn’t have those patronized glints in his eyes. 3/10

LG has taken an interesting turn. this moon is… curious… and content, but you can clearly see the pain behind his eyes. his eyes are deep. lurking. a man of mystery. 5/10

what a happy face!! i feel delighted to see this moon on my screen. he is doing great, but not quite giving off the look that this emoji is supposed to represent. he is wonderful though anyways. 8/10.

what an interesting buddy! Facebook has taken a different path, while taking time to accentuate each and every crevice and curve of this moon’s surface. a beautiful boy, with caressing eyes. 7/10

a very calm moon. i feel calm looking at it. it is doing a wonderful job on conveying the night times sleep appeal. it is not doing a great job as the original emoji purposes, but is conveying a different emotion entirely. what a beautiful and intricate boy. a work of art. 10/10

i didn’t think there could be a better moon emoji than the original, but i stand corrected. what a 🌚  emoji. the empty stare takes the cake. 7/10

mozilla does a nice job at creating a unique yet form fitting moon face emoji. nothing to call home about though. he looks too eager to be here… what is he planning… 4/10

… an… interesting… take… terrifying, yes. calming, also yes. i’m not sure how to feel about the immense detail upon this ones face. a solid 5/10 should be okay… although i know that i should give this emoji a higher rating, or else it will come to me tonight and look at me through the window, open mouthed breathing, gently fogging up the window glass around it.



Cuphead | Xbox One, Windows 10, Steam

Release date | 09/29/17

Cuphead is a classic run and gun action game heavily focused on boss battles. Inspired by cartoons of the 1930s, the visuals and audio are painstakingly created with the same techniques of the era, i.e. traditional hand drawn cel animation, watercolor backgrounds, and original jazz recordings.

 Play as Cuphead or Mugman (in single player or local co-op) as you traverse strange worlds, acquire new weapons, learn powerful super moves, and discover hidden secrets while you try to pay your debt back to the devil!

Studio MDHR
Based in Oakville, ON / Regina, SK




From the journal of Orda Val ‘Saham, Sangheili Guard March 30, 2559

This may be my last entry. The humans reached the Cartographer and by 
now have no doubt discovered the location of Atriox's reinforcement
portals. I admire the humans' courage and skill as warriors; they are
just one ship, but fight as fiercely as an entire fleet! If their
leader is as shrewd as he has appeared so far, then he will understand
the value of the portals and they must be the human's next target.
They're likely already striking out to destroy them. I have been ordered
to defend the portals and must report to Decimus. This gives me grave
concern. When we first arrived at the Cartographer, I was among
the Sangheili who were to sweep the area for hostile elements and
as such I was privy to Decimus' movements.
He is Atriox's right-hand and pledges loyalty to the Banished, but 
as I watched him walk among the ancient's halls I recognized the awe and
reverence in his eyes that I once saw among my own clan. I saw that
fatal longing, that tragic need to be once more struck dumb and blind by
the promise of a wondrous destiny. If we are to succeed,
Decimus must purge these old conflicts from his thoughts.
A warrior's heart must be certain if he is to survive, 
as doubt is a surer killer than the sharpest blade.