Windows 11 is now on the upswing, introducing new features and redesigning outgoing apps. Microsoft recently introduced a new redesigned Photos application for Windows 11. This redesigned Photos app is now only available to all Windows insiders on the Dev channel.
Microsoft has redesigned this app to make it quick and easy for all users to re-live and edit their favorite images in Windows 11. In this article, we have tried to provide accurate information about the new and improved Photos app in Windows 11. So, please read this article to the end to get the most out of it. Lets’ have a look.
At first glance, the new Photos app looks attractive with a new visual design. The renovated app is embellished with rounded corners and Mica material across the same app. Similarly, the updated typography and specific theme color pallets give it a stylish look. Overall, the redesigned Photos app aligns with the new operating system.
The biggest additional feature added in the new Photos app is the “filmstip”, which is placed at the bottom of the screen. Windows 11 users can see small thumbnails of all pictures of a specific folder or album using this feature as well as users can jump into the needed photos directly within the viewer. The new redesigned Photos app comes with a Multi-view experience, which allows users to compare a collection of pictures on the same screen.
Comparing to Windows 10, the new Photos app is affixed with advanced UI. Windows 11 users can disable the editing Toolbar from the top of the screen and filmstrip feature as per their convenience by click on the screen. To enable the same feature, you simply need to click again on the same screen.
When it comes to the updated Photos app Toolbar, it is designed with an additional tool to edit your photos. You are allowed to crop, touch-up, rotate, heart your favourites, view metadata of any photos. Additionally, users can draw on the selected pictures using the mouse or a pen (an external supported device).
The exceptional feature of the new Photos app on Windows 11 is it allows users to get quick access to third-party photo editing apps. If you need to edit your pictures as you wish, now you can launch the Picsart, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel PaintShop Pro and Affinity Photo just in a single click from the Photos app.
Anyway, the new Photos app is still in Beta, and it will be available in Windows 11 shortly. With all the additional features, this Photos app will lead your photo viewing and editing experience to the next level. If you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, leave a comment in the below comment box.