Windows 10 Photos app gets inking support and new filters on PCs


Following the release of Windows 10 Build 14951, Microsoft has released a pretty nice update for the default Photos app on Windows 10. The latest update for the Photos app is only available to those part of the Windows Insider’s Fast Ring, and it doesn’t seem to be available for Mobile devices just yet. The latest update for the Photos app brings support for inking which is quite an interesting feature. With this feature, users will basically be able to draw over their photos using the Photos app. Of course, this is mostly for people with a device that supports a stylus such as the Surface Pro 4 or Book, but it is available to all users — even if your PC doesn’t have a touchscreen.

In addition to inking, Microsoft is also introducing new filters for the Photos app to spice up your photos. There aren’t any other new features on the latest update for the Photos app. If you are interested in trying the latest features out, you can get the update from the link below:

Microsoft Photos
Microsoft Photos
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Price: Free+

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