Windows Camera App for Windows 10 Squashes Some Bugs
Microsoft has released a minor, yet useful update for the built-in Windows Camera app on Windows 10 devices. The fresh update is now available for both desktop and mobile users, and if you don’t have it by default, you can get it from the Windows Store.
This update for WindowsCamera doesn’t bring any new features, as the changelog states the following:
- Bug fixes for reliability and performance
- User experience improvements
So what this basically means is that a bunch of annoying bugs have been taken care of, but Microsoft’s team hasn’t gone through the length of detailing what exactly has been changed. Also, by user experience improvements, we can only assume that this means the app now loads even faster and takes pictures much snappier.
The update itself has a size of only 3 megabytes, which makes it very obvious that we’re talking about a small update. The version has been updated to version 2016.225.10.0. Another fresh update which was released for Windows 10 Mobile users only brought the slow-motion video capture option to the Camera app.
Also, as we can see, somebody (I mean us) should tell Microsoft that they need to update their copyright year from 2015 to 2016. Furthermore, if you have some sorts of problems with the Camera app, go ahead and read our guide on how to fix problems if it’s not working in Windows 10.
What other new features did you manage to spot? Leave your comment below and let us know if something changed for you on your desktop or mobile Windows 10 device.
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