PC Paintbrush


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PC Paintbrush

A DOS paint program developed by the ZSoft Corporation, Marietta, GA. It was the first popular paint program for the PC, and its PCX bitmapped graphics format became a de facto standard for bitmapped images. See PCX and graphics formats.
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It was originally a licensed program called PC Paintbrush and was produced by Zsoft Corporation.
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The results can be printed or used in the black-and-white PC Paintbrush software format.