11 Comments to 14 things you can do with the Photos app from Windows 10

  1. Jerry says:

    Very slow jpeg image rendering. Irfanview does most of the same things and renders most pictures very quickly and has additional editing capability. (Sadly departed) Picassa is fast and good for photo organization.

    1. Anonymous says:

      Thanks for sharing your experience.

  2. Rebecca Bilenki says:

    I carefully create albums of families and events. It is important to me to be able to put the various albums on a flash drive. I have not been able to find a way to do this. Please tell me that there is a way.

  3. catherine napierski says:

    what happen to the facebook messenger app in the share section

  4. Mike Bell says:

    I have made adjustments to my picture in the “edit and create” page, I want to print quickly, where is the print button? Do I have to save my changes first? I seem to lose the changes when I go back to the main “photos” page. This seems unneccessarily obstructive

  5. Maurice Hayter says:

    Hate it…………….does nothing for me and is useless for what I need photos for.
    Can’t wait to get rid of Windows.

  6. jcarnall says:

    The one thing you can’t do with Microsoft Photos is the one thing most people want to do with their photos: you can’t use it to crop a photo. There is an editing tool called “Crop” but all it does is resize the photo.

    1. Anonymous says:

      That’s not true. The Crop tool works. We use it on a regular basis.

  7. SP says:

    It is terribly frustrating to me to read this as the pictures go to photos, but not into the picture program. When I want to use them for another program, for example Shutterfly, I can not get to them. How do you move them from photos to pictures.

  8. SP says:

    It has many features that are nice, but is frustrating when I can’t get them into pictures and get no answer on how to do so, I’d rather not have it then the headache of trying to get them where they are useful for mu purpose.

  9. Bill_Photo says:

    I want to use the Person tags in Microsoft file explorer. Can you use the person tags in other apps like Adobe?

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