Windows 10 Photos app update adds AI, mixed reality support
Microsoft has announced it is now rolling out improvements to the Windows 10 Photos app for users in its Windows 10 Creators Update. This latest update to Windows 10 photo app has been met with pleasure because it eases functionality, increases capabilities and has some long awaited cool new features too.
Photo editing has become a highly requested operation on mobile devices and PCs today. Thanks to significantly improved camera quality and the popularity of photo sharing on social media sites, people are snapping pictures everyday, everywhere!
Windows 10 Photo app integrates AI and mixed reality
Microsoft Windows 10 offers a highly functional photo app for altering, fixing, storing and creating these photos. Not only does the app include the ability to quickly share photos on the go, but also file and sort them by date and even one-click enhancements.
This latest release focuses on making it even easier and fun to use Windows 10 photo app for all your picture needs. From advanced AI capabilities to search for photos based on the theme or content in them, to video clip creations complete with music made automatically.
Leveraging advanced technologies to simplify and enhance photo storage and use, Microsoft is also making it easier to group photos based on preset definitions. The feature called “People” users facial recognition technology to easily discover groups and people in photos and videos.
Another feature “Memories” makes use of Microsoft Graph technology and can pull together videos and photos to generate a memory based on your collection. This will then be made into a video clip that can be edited to include mixed reality – like 3D objects.
Microsoft continues to work on updates based on user feedback with its Creators Updates and encourages users to test out the new features and submit their feedback on what could be done better or changed to continue pushing out new updates and ultimately creating a photo app that removes the need to download any other software.
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