Microsoft planned to integrate Paint's features into the Paint 3D app.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates [Getty Images] Fans of the original Paint have since regularly queried if the app will be a part of the next Windows 10 update, which is due to be released in May.
According to Microsoft, this message will appear on eligible computers that are plugged with an external USB device or an SD memory card.
Installing the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (1803) may take a little longer than expected if you insist on leaving Dollars devices or SD cards plugged into your PC all the time.
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Most of the main MS Paint functions were to be integrated into the more modern Paint Microsoft still remains committed to Paint 3D, or why there will continue to be two paint apps included with Windows 10 in the future. For now, Microsoft aims to only block PCs running either the April 2018 or October 2018 update.
As spotted by The Register, a support article pins the problem on mismanaging drive letter assignments. Due to these reasons, the May 2019 update is now blocked on eligible machines. However, a bug has been identified that prevents installation of the new feature update on systems that have USB storage devices connected. In that case, you can imagine the potential damage when the PC is looking for files on a certain drive which are no longer there because it has been reassigned a different letter - or indeed if your system drive succumbs to this fate, heaven forbid. Slightly ominously, though, that still might not leave you entirely safe from the May 2019 Update error.
Microsoft has promised to resolve this error by issuing a future servicing update. Internal hard drives can also be affected. Microsoft says that the OS could face inappropriate drive reassignment during the update.
The good news is that Microsoft is working on a fix.