The app is now available for download through the Windows Store (beta) and it’s labeled as “Fresh Paint Windows 10 Preview” with the following improvements:

Intuitive UI, supporting touch, mouse, and stylus input Accelerated graphics rendering technology to provide the most realistic digital painting experience possible Import images, photos and even use your camera to capture an inspirational image to paint with Print your artworks with high-definition Draw or paint with watercolor, oil, pencil and pastel Comes with two free activity packs for a fun ‘coloring book’ experience Natural pressure sensitivity allows precise control of the thickness of brush strokes

Just remember that this is a preview, as such you shouldn’t expect a fully functional version of Fresh Paint for Windows 10 at this point. In addition, Microsoft is warning of several known issues:

First artwork does not save correctly Users cannot select, delete or modify existing artworks in the gallery It is difficult to accept the image import option during an inspire-me operation Undo sometimes does not save properly on the first stroke Application may crash after extended use on the paint page. Navigate to the home page (back) to save your work The paint mixing palette always shows the watercolor wash brush, regardless of tool / color selected Not all languages have been fully localized yet

If you’re running the latest version of Windows 10 Preview, use the link below to download Fresh Paint (preview) from the Windows Store (beta). Source Microsoft via Windows Central All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.