How to Disable or Enable Delete Confirmation For Photos App in Windows 10.
In Windows 10, the Photos app is the default image and video viewer. The app displays image files, and allows create and edit videos. It has an icon(tile) pinned to the Start. Photos is associated with most of the image file formats. Photos also supports the OneDrive online service and shows images stored there. Windows 10 Photos app allows you to disable or enable a delete confirmation dialog that appears when you delete a file while browsing your photo collections. Here’s how. Continue reading “Disable or Enable Delete Confirmation For Photos App in Windows 10”
How to Disable Hardware Acceleration in Windows 10 Photos app
There are plenty of users that experience an unwanted behavior with the Windows 10 Photos app. It fails to play videos. It may display broken animations, or may have issues with the merging videos feature. On of the solutions is disabling hardware acceleration in Windows 10 Photos app. Continue reading “Disable Hardware Acceleration in Windows 10 Photos app”
Windows 10 comes with a new app, Photos. It adds a new context menu item ‘Edit With Photos’ which opens your images in the app. If you don’t plan to use this option and want to declutter the right-click context menu, here is how to remove it.
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This post explains how to add the slow-motion effect to video files in Windows 10 without installing a third party program. All you need is Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and the built-in Photos app.
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Since Windows Movie Maker was officially discontinued at the beginning of 2017, for those who is on Windows 10 Microsoft has finally provided an alternative solution. Windows 10 Photos app lets you to combine and merge videos and save the result to a new file. Continue reading “How To Merge Videos in Windows 10 Using Photos App”
Since Windows Movie Maker was officially discontinued at the beginning of 2017, for those who is on Windows 10 Microsoft has finally provided an alternative solution. Windows 10 Photos app lets you trim videos and save the selected portion of the video clip to a new file.
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With default settings, the Photos app in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is set to view next or previous item with the mouse scroll wheel. In previous Windows versions, Windows Photo Viewer was configured to zoom in or out the opened image. Even in early builds of Windows 10, Photos included the behavior of scrolling prev/next photos with the scroll wheel. If you are not happy with this change, you can change the Mouse wheel action back to zoom in or out the current picture.
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