Microsoft Paint isn’t going anywhere, and gets new accessibility features

Microsoft has been making a strong push toward accessibility in the past year, with the Xbox Adaptive Controller proving to be one of the best Xbox One accessories. Now, the company is adding accessibility features to one of its most popular, long-standing programs: Microsoft Paint.

The new accessibility features will come in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. And, while Microsoft Paint is already readily usable with a mouse or touchscreen, the new features allow the keyboard to serve as the primary input device in Microsoft Paint.

Now, you might be wondering why anything is coming to Microsoft Paint. Previously, the company had signaled that the fan-favorite painting app's …
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