Krita devs reveal the fact that they were forced to bump the version number from 3.2.x to 3.3.x because the upcoming Krita 3.3 release will be introducing some important changes for Windows platforms, such as support for the Windows 8 event API, thus supporting the n-trig pen in Surface laptops. Additionally, Krita 3.3 promises better hardware-accelerated display functionality to fix many of the issues users encountered with Intel GPUs by optionally using Direct3D instead of OpenGL. On top of that, there's better support for HiDPI displays on both GNU/Linux and Windows platforms.
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