Microsoft Photos app gets updated – save still photos from videos and more

Laurent Giret


Microsoft has released a new update to the Windows 10 Photos app, and the new version appears to have started rolling out to some users. The app has been bumped to version 16.412.13342.0 and brings some new features along with the usual bug fixes, please find the detailed changelog below:

  • Save still photos from videos and living images
  • Slow-motion videos taken with a Windows phone can now be edited on your PC
  • When importing photos to a PC, quickly clear and select all
  • View your OneDrive storage usage in Settings
  • Adjust the lighting in photos taken with a Windows phone using rich HDR
  • New OneDrive pictures appear more quickly in Collection
  • Items now stay selected until you cancel or take action on them
  • Bug fixes

Please note that the Onedrive storage usage has already been available in previous releases of the app. Last, don’t forget that you can tell Microsoft what features you’d like to see next by using the “Send feedback” button in Settings. Do you like how the Windows 10 Photos app has been improving over the last few months? Please tell us what you think in the comments.

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