Microsoft is testing a built-in photos editor in Microsoft Edge Canary

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Microsoft is testing yet another new feature in its Edge browser. The latest, as noted by Redditor Leopeva64-2, is a built-in photos editor, which will let you edit a photo you save it to your PC (via Neowin.)

Similar to the image editor in the photos app in Windows 10 and Windows 11, this function in Edge will let you crop pictures, change the brightness and exposure, and even use filters. Other features include annotation tools, as well as a spot fix tool. Check it out below.

As of right now, this looks to be another feature that is in A/B testing. We don’t have it on our end just yet. You’ll know when you have it if you right-click on an image and see the Edit image option, which will open the editor in the sidebar.

This image editor joins other features like the new games menu, as well as tools like a calculator and other useful tools which Microsoft has been testing in Edge Canary.