You are about to visit Paint.NET

Sorry for the interruption, but please notice that the site you are about to visit is not ours. Be sure you trust the site before downloading software or taking advice from them. Use your common sense.

"Redirecting ..."

Paint.NET is a raster graphics editor, similar to Adobe Photoshop and GIMP, exclusively for the Windows operating system (Windows XP SP3 and up). Paint.NET is free, although its license is proprietary, and was originally designed as a powerful new alternative for Microsoft’s built-in Paint application on Windows. Over time, as it evolved, it grew to have additional features that rivaled even its competitors, including full support for a variety of plugins, layers, blending, and transparencies that modern raster graphics editors have standard support for. Because Paint.NET was specifically created for the Windows platform, it offers no support for other operating systems, but reverse-engineering its open-source roots made a third-party Paint.NET clone available for the mono and GTK platforms.

Originally conceived as a student project, Paint.NET was released in 2004 and has since evolved to a powerful image editor suite; although originally an open-source software, it was subsequently filed under Creative Commons license barring modification of the code, and then later to closed-source. Paint.NET is programmed using the C# language and uses the .pdn file format as its native one, which is a compressed representative of the object information of the project (which contains layers and layer information and so on).

urlp.it is a URL shortening service. We provide you with really short, easy-to-remember URLs that redirect your users to any site you wish.

We are only accepting a few select partners during the beta test period.