Microsoft's Paint 3D app for Windows 10 is getting even more robust editing with its latest update. The company announced today that the app's 3D View mode will now allow you to make edits as well. The goal, Microsoft says, is to allow people using the app to make edits from any angle.
If that sounds familiar, it's because the feature was leaked last month when 3D View was referred to as Free View. Just as the video teaser showed at the time, the enhanced 3D View will allow you to make edits as you pan and rotate your creation to get a better look at it. That allows for more freedom while editing, potentially allowing for more precise tweaks.
According to Microsoft, the enhanced 3D View is available with the latest update to Paint 3D for those running the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. If you want to check it out, you should be able to pick up the latest Paint 3D update from the Microsoft Store now.
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