the new Photos app looks better, but loses its video editor
According to Panos Panay, product manager at Microsoft, Windows 11 is the most widely used and loved of all the versions of the OS ever released. We bet that the changes brought by the Windows 11 2022 update will further accelerate the adoption of the new operating system. In this sense, the Photos application again benefits from a redesign and sees its improved integration with OneDrive.
The redesign of the photo gallery is the most visible change. This is easier to rearrange and offers, according to Microsoft teams, “a personalized experience” navigation. In other words, browsing through thousands of images or finding photos according to specific criteria will be much easier.
Photos offers better integration with OneDrive
Another notable improvement is the ability to work with multiple screens and/or windows simultaneously, a feature that professionals or discerning amateurs will greatly appreciate. For this type of user, the most avid of images, it will also be easier to import photos from smartphones or cameras. If you have a lot of photos, the free 5GB storage won’t be enough, you can buy more cloud space directly from the app. Logically, integration with OneDrive, Microsoft’s cloud storage solution, is now more natural.
Microsoft doesn’t proclaim it loud and clear, but Photos’ built-in video editor disappeared in Windows 11 22H2 update. If you really like it, the latter is available for download from the Microsoft Store. To replace it, the company strongly encourages videographers to turn to ClipChamp, a software dedicated to the creation and editing of videos preinstalled in Windows 11 since last spring. This application has the heavy task of successor to the beloved Windows Movie Maker. The presentation of Microsoft’s new Surface PCs is scheduled for October 12. When is the best time to announce the general availability of the new version of Photos?
Source: Windows Blogs