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    Whether you capture photographs from your Windows Phone or a stand-alone digital camera, there will be times when a photo editor will come in handy from your Windows 10 computer. These editors can help you fine-tune your image or customize it with special effects filters.
    While there is a host of photo editors available on the Windows Phone side of the coin, this roundup is focusing on the photo editors available for Windows 10. We are excluding any programs available from third party vendors such as Photoshop Elements and spotlighting the editors offered through the Windows Store.
    We have selected four of the top rated offerings from the Windows Store to highlight. As a bonus, each of these apps is available for both Windows and Windows Phone devices.
    If we have overlooked your favorite Windows photo editing app, sound off below in the comments. Just keep in mind we are discussing Windows 10 apps. If you are interested in chatting it up about Windows Phone photo apps, jump over to our Windows Central Photography Lounge.

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    08-06-2015 08:11 AM

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