Windows 10 Photos App supports new image search features


Radu Tyrsina
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Microsoft added a series of new improvements and features to its Windows 10 Photos App. The new improvements are currently available to Windows Insiders only.

These features increase the current version of the Windows 10 Photos app to version 2019.19031.17720.0.

You can now upload an image that is saved in your library to look for similar photos on the web.

Once you open the photo, you can right click on it and select the Search similar images in Bing option to use the feature.

The app will then open your default browser that shows similar images available on the web. Users will no longer have to explore several web pages to search for specific images. The pre-installed Photos app does this work for you in just a few clicks.

Microsoft also added an additional new feature named Duplicate project. You can now use this option to keep a copy of your existing project on the disk.

The update also brings four new exciting animated text styles that you can add to enhance your photos. You can apply Bold, Quiet, Cinema or Boom styles on your favorite images.

New features ahead for the Windows 10 Photos app

A few months ago, Microsoft released a new update for Microsoft Photos app. The changelog suggests that Microsoft added a new option in the settings menu.

This option can be used to disable automatic album creation. Moreover, the update introduced new improvements and bug fixes.

Windows 10 Photos app allows users to create albums, view and edit their photos, videos and more. You can also use your existing videos and photos to create a video remix within a few minutes.

The built-in video editor can be used to change text, music, filters, music, and camera motion. You can enhance your videos by adding 3D effects such as explosions, butterflies, and lasers.

You can download the latest version of Microsoft Photos from the Microsoft Store.

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