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Microsoft Edge will soon allow you to edit photos | Digital Trends Spanish


The Navigator Microsoft Edge could one day allow users to edit photos directly from the right-click option online.

The feature is currently an A/B testing option that can be downloaded for the latest Microsoft Edge Canary update once it becomes available. Redditor Leopeva64-2 shared his experience with the feature on the website, showing how it opens a built-in editor in the browser, allowing you to edit images before saving them to your computer.

When you right click on the option Save Pictureyou will find an option edit imagewhich will take you to this editor settings.

In general, the editor is very similar to the standard Photos app on Windows 10 and Windows 11 systems. It includes crop, adjust, filter, and markup features, as well as a spot fix tool, and brightness and exposure adjustments, among other features. , he pointed OnMSFT.

neowin added that while Microsoft Edge Canary with this feature is available, it may not work immediately due to Microsoft’s staggered rollout of functionality. If you’re interested in trying out the built-in browser editor feature, you can check out the update on the Microsoft Edge Canary Channel.

The editor joins many contextual features that Microsoft is adding to its Edge browser for more convenient use. Some other features include a game menua built-in calculator, a unit converter, and a speed tester.

Being able to perform functions, such as photo editing, within the Edge browser would also likely save on system power resources from inactive browser tabs.

Microsoft shared on its Microsoft Edge Dev browser Twitter in June that its sleeping tabs tool it saved users 273,000TB of RAM in the 28 days between May 9 and June 6. That equated to about 40MB of memory per tab out of the 6 billion tabs tested, the company added.

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