Microsoft Edge has received a new built-in image editor and as the name suggests, it allows users to edit any image from the web directly within web browsers, and the feature is now being rolled out as part of the latest update.
Talking about the built-in image editor in Edge, it allows users to make the necessary basic changes like Crop, adjust brightness, exposure, saturation, tint, shadow, etc. In addition to this, it also has a Mark-up feature that works with mouse and touch or Stylus pen and allows the user to comment on the image.
Going further, the tool allows users to download the edited image directly to their PC or save it to the clipboard to allow them to paste it anywhere they want, and if you are looking to give this feature a try, here is our step-by-step guide on how to use Microsoft Edge to edit an image.
Steps to edit the image using the Edge web browser
1. First, download and install the latest version of Microsoft web browsers. You can do this by heading to Settings, About Microsoft Edge and Update.
2. Once done, follow the steps below.
3. Open the image.
Go to any site that contains an image. It can be a thumbnail of an article or a regular website with a photo.
Look for three horizontal dots in the upper right corner.
– The photo editor is hidden within a new menu option that appears as soon as you hover your mouse over the photo. Here you need to choose the option to edit the image
Make the necessary changes.
In the next step, you need to select one of the options from the top and then make changes.
For example, if you want to crop a photo, choose the Crop option and then use the points on the photo to crop the photo. Similarly, choose Adjustments to change the brightness, exposure, etc. of the image.
– Save Changes
Edge photo editor allows users to either download the edited image to the computer or save it to the clipboard.