Microsoft Paint Now Supports "Layer" And "Transparency"

 Paint software started life as Microsoft Paintshop in 1985. It is the most basic drawing software that Windows owners can use. After nearly 40 years, Microsoft Paint has finally received two new features that make it more like the popular software Photoshop.

Paint now supports the "Layer" and "Transparency" features which are basic features of all image editing software. It's a continuation of the background removal feature that was tested on Paint a few weeks ago. With layers, users can create layers on edited works. This way the text and any edits will not interfere with the original image.

Transparency allows only some parts of the image to be seen, allowing layers to be used more effectively. Paint users can also export images as PNGs without backgrounds. Both of these features are currently accessible to Windows Insider users only.

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