Paint programs are a great way for kids to exercise their creativity, but programs like Photoshop may be too complicated. Fortunately, Tux Paint, (FREE), doesn't require kids to be computer pros. It features large buttons with icons and labels. The screen stays uncluttered, showing only one tool set at a time. Saving is done in one click without dealing with folders and file names. Tux Paint comes with a separate configuration tool for parental control. For example, you can limit or disable printing, and you can control where your children's artwork is saved.
Posted February 20, 2012 at 10:10 AM