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1985–2001 1990–2001 1992–2001 1994 (unused) 1995–2001 1998–2014
1985–2001 1990–2001 1992–2001 1994 (unused) 1995–2001 1998–2014
2001–2014 2004–2005 (unused) 2007–2017 2009–present 2020 (unused) 2020–present
2001–2014 2004–2005 (unused) 2007–2017 2009–present 2020 (unused) 2020–present

Paintbrush[]

1985–2001[]

Windows 1.0 and 2.0[]

Windows101Paint

1990–2001[]

Windows 3.0[]

Paint 1990

1992–2001[]

Windows 3.1[]

Win31PaintLogo

Paint[]

1994 (unused)[]

Windows Chicago Build 89e-Windows 95 Build 216[]

Paint chicago

Since Windows 95 Build 216 Paint would get its final icon.

1995–2001[]

Windows 95[]

1998–2014[]

Windows 98, 2000 and ME[]

Also used in Windows XP if set to 16 color mode.

2001–2014[]

Windows XP[]

Ms paint windows xp logo
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2004–2005 (unused)[]

Windows Longhorn Pre-Reset Builds[]

Longhorn Paint (2004)

2007–2017[]

Windows Vista[]

VistaPaint

This icon was seen as early as build 5270 in 2005. This icon was launched completely on January 30, 2007, with Windows Vista.

2009–present[]

Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10[]

MSPaint

In late July 2017, Microsoft announced that Microsoft Paint would be officially deprecated with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, however, it will remain as a free Microsoft Store application.[1][2] As of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the program is still included with Windows and hasn't moved to the Microsoft Store, and the message of Paint being deprecated was removed. Then in April 2021, Microsoft said (alongside Snipping Tool) it will be on the Microsoft Store.

2020 (unused)[]

Windows 10 and 10X[]

Paint 2020

2020–present[]

Windows 10, 10X and 11[]

Paint 2020 alt

This logo was originally designed for Windows 10X, but was only used on Windows 10 and 11. It will also be on the Microsoft Store.

See also[]

References[]


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