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Why does installing Paint.net create a restore point and optimize performance?

Why does installing Paint.net create a restore point and optimize performance?

When installing Paint.net (the Windows app), it actually create a restore point. This is a bit strange as when installing other apps, this isn't seen. Does anybody know why that is?

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"For the primary, it's always a good idea to create a restore point before isntalling anything, Paint.net just decided it would make sure it did for you.

As for the latter, this is apparently to do with the .net framework that paint.net is built around."