Microsoft brings new inking support and filters to all Windows 10 users on the Photos app

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About a month ago, Microsoft released a pretty sweet update for the default Photos app on Windows 10 which introduced new inking features and filters. The update was previously available to users on the Insider Preview — and today, Microsoft started rolling it out to all Windows 10 users running the Anniversary Update. The latest update for the Photos app brings support for inking which basically allows users to be able to draw over their photos.

The update for the Photos app also introduces new filters for the Photos app to spice up your photos. These two features are part of the latest update, version 16.1111.10000.0, which you can download from the link below:

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