Sadly, some interested users fell on the first hurdle, while trying to install Paint.net. Seemingly, Paint.net doesn’t install as intended.
We have made a detailed instruction list on how to make it work. Check it out below.
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How do I fix the Paint.net fatal error during installation?
1. Check the system requirements
To install Paint.net on Windows 10, you need at least version 1607 Anniversary Update, or a newer one. It can also be installed on Windows 8.1, or Windows 7 SP1 with Platform Update.
As per the minimum hardware requirements, your device needs to have at least a dual-core processor with 1GHz.
To run the software optimally, your system has to include at least 1GB of RAM. The optimal performance comes on the 64-bit system architectures, but the 32-bit option is available as well.
As you can see these requirements are not too high, but you need to consider it if you know your system is a little older.
This post was written by Madalina Dinita and was first posted to WindowsReport
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