Microsoft is reportedly testing a new version of Windows 11 Photos app. Not only does it boast an exciting new look, it also has quite a few other improvements.
The most noticeable change is a fresh gallery view that will offer a new way to browse through your photos. Microsoft's Dave Grochocki in a blog post, stated that the new redesigned view will simplify the browsing, finding, managing, and consuming the way users access photos in the app.
The new update will also bring improvements to the “Memories” feature.While these features are exciting, it has also come with one drawback i.e, you won't be able to use the legacy app's video editor.
Instead, users can use Clipchamp, the video editing app Grochocki recommended. It was added to Windows 11 in March. However, if you want to access legacy apps i.e, video editor, it is available on the Microsoft Store as “Microsoft Photos Legacy.”Currently, the redesigned photos app will first roll out to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel from next week and will be available to everyone in October, according to Microsoft's head of devices and Windows Panos Panay.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com