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Hold down the “Ctrl” button on your keyboard to turn the mouse wheel into zoom or retract controls.
On the bottom of the interface, manual arrow controls to go forward or back in the album are on either side of an “add to album” button and a Delete button.
But with Windows 10, Microsoft decided to try and mash browsing, organizing, and viewing all together in one application, with some basic editing to boot.
The result, the innocuously-titles “Photos” app, can be less than intuitive.
Note that the drawings can be erased with the Eraser tool, but after you click “save” (the floppy disk icon) and see the “Letting your Ink Dry,” the original file for this photo is saved over.
MSRT finds and removes threats and reverses the changes made by these threats.
“Edit” opens the photo editor, which we’ll cover in the next section.
“Rotate” will rotate the image clockwise; if you hit it by accident, just click it again three more times to return the photo to its original orientation.
The Photos app is already set up as the default image viewer in Windows 10.
If something else has taken over those duties, it’s easy to reset the status quo: press the “Start” button, type “default,” then click the first search result, “Default app settings.” Under “Photo viewer,” click the “Photos” icon.