Microsoft unveils new photo app for Windows 11

Microsoft has introduced an updated Windows 11 photo app that system testers can already try. As with many other elements, along with the transition to version 11, the app has updated its design to fit the new product more closely. In addition, a number of improvements have been introduced.

In particular, we added a special tooltip in the corner of the photo viewing screen that shows a small preview of the material in the folder, collection, or album. Its easier to iterate through a photo or select multiple shots at once when you go to a new user interface for viewing.

Thanks to the multitasking interface, multiple photos can be compared in a single window. You can also turn off new panels for editing if you want.

The toolbar added quick access to photo editors from third-party firms like Adobe Photoshop Elements, Corel PaintShip Pro and Affinity Photo. But the problem with switching videos in 60 FPS to 30 FPS in the video editor has not been fixed so far.

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