Updating photo gallery on windows
Hold down the “Ctrl” button on your keyboard to turn the mouse wheel into zoom or retract controls.
On the bottom of the interface, manual arrow controls to go forward or back in the album are on either side of an “add to album” button and a Delete button.
At any time you can right-click on the image itself to open up most of these items in a menu.
The editor in Photos isn’t exactly incredible, but it can handle some light cropping and adjusting if nothing else is available.
“Collection” is a view of your most recent photos and screenshots, displayed in reverse order by date.
You can double-click on any of the tools in the upper bar to select color and width.
Here are all the different things you can do with the Photos app… Starting up the Photos app is pretty simple: for most new machines and fresh installations of Windows 10, it’s already in the Start menu as a big tile.
Even if it’s not, just press “Start” and then begin typing “photos” to bring it up quickly via search.
The Photos app offers three different interfaces when looking for photos: Collection, Album, and Folders.
You can choose any of the three at any time by clicking the relevant tab, above the main interface and below the “Photos” application label.Note that the drawings can be erased with the Eraser tool, but after you click “save” (the floppy disk icon) and see the “Letting your Ink Dry,” the original file for this photo is saved over.