Windows Mobile gets 10 photo management and one-hand operation




Microsoft has released Windows build 10 536 10 mobile. This includes a version of the Photos app with folders based on where images are stored. Furthermore, does the mode to use the phone with one hand now also serve on smaller aircraft.

For the feature, users must retrieve the new version from the Photos app after the update from the Store, says Microsoft. Afterwards, photos into folders based on where they are stored, such as on the device, in OneDrive or on the SD card. That is a feature where users have asked for, the company claims from Redmond.

Furthermore, does the mode to display the interface on a smaller portion of the screen, the ‘one handed mode’, now on all devices. That was a function only for larger aircraft, but also the smaller phones support it now. It works by holding the Start button, then the screen comes down. Some major Android phones have that feature too, if the manufacturer has built. It is also in the iPhone 6 Series.

The company also says that later this year a version of Lumia Camera delivers with support for shooting in raw and up to 38 megapixels for the 2013 appeared Lumia 1020. It must do so far in Windows 10 mobile without those functions, while who sit in the Windows Phone 8.1 release of the app.

Build 10 536 would actually come out last Friday, but Microsoft had found critical bugs, making it the release ceased when only a few hundred people had received the update. Whoever does the update should install three separate updates. Microsoft has an October 6 event, which presumably more announces the release of Windows 10 mobile.


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