A short tutorial showing you how to fix the problem causing the Windows 10 Photos App to stop opening images and videos correctly. Error message: We Can’t Open This File. If you’ve recently updated Windows 10 to a newer version there a slight chance you’ve inherited this issue.
A short tutorial showing you how to prevent the Windows 10 Photos App opening automatically whenever you connect a phone to your computer. A feature that may potentially be super annoying for your current Windows 10 use requirements.
A short tutorial showing you how to quickly and easily use the Windows 10 Photos App to save a screenshot as a PDF File. A handy skill to have if you don’t have any other programs at your disposal which allow you to save image files as PDF files.
A short tutorial showing you how to fix the Windows 10 Photos App not exporting or sharing files correctly. An error within the Photos App that has started occurring more frequently after updating to Windows 10 version 1903. You may also get a purple haze screen at the same time.
A short tutorial showing you how to add new/extra folders to the Windows 10 Photos app. A newly added feature allowing you to add your own custom photo locations.
With dark mode options becoming more and more popular, Windows has taken the extra step of adding dark mode to the Windows 10 Photos app. Unfortunately, the option hasn’t automatically been tied into the main settings preference, so you will need to enable it manually, which this guide will show you how to do.
The Windows Photos app has undergone some major upgrades in the latest version of Windows 10. It now includes an updated interface and plenty of new options, including face detection, image search abilities based on image content and on top of this, it also adds content from OneDrive by default. If you like all the other features but want to disable OneDrive content appearing in the Photos app, this guide will show you how.
The Windows 10 Photos app is one of the most useful default apps that comes preinstalled on all versions of Windows 10. Strangely though for whatever reason, Microsoft has opted to use the middle mouse wheel to change pictures rather than zoom. If this drives you mad, this guide will show you how to change the mouse wheel function to zoom.
The Windows 10 Photos App was pretty basic before the Fall Creators update rolled out, its only real use was to open an assortment of image files quickly and easily. If you have updated to Fall Creators and are starting to use the Photos app more often, this guide will show you how to disable the new 'Face Detection' and 'Face Recognition' service.