Last week Microsoft announced it was changing how Paint is designed and how it is displayed.

It’s not yet clear exactly what the new Paint looks like, but Microsoft says it is going to have “a new user interface for creating, editing, and sharing your favorite digital photos, video, music, and video-games.”

There are some interesting tidbits, like the fact that the new user-interface will be a lot more responsive than previous versions.

The new Paint settings will allow you to “draw more quickly, quickly change the look of your image, and move objects around quickly and easily.”

Microsoft says that new Paint Settings will “make it easy to create and share images, videos, music and games, share artwork, and edit them quickly.”

It’s unclear whether the new paint settings will be similar to the new Windows 10 Paint or the new Photoshop interface.

There is no word yet on when the new versions will roll out.

Microsoft has said that it’s planning to launch several new Windows-branded accessories this year, including a mouse pad, keyboard, headphones, and more.