Microsoft is getting ready to roll out an update to the company’s Windows 10 camera app that will allow users to view their photos from the Windows 10 PC they’re using.
The update is expected to roll rolling out to all users on September 5, but it wasn’t immediately clear how many users will get it.
Microsoft previously said it would release the update to a limited number of users on Sept. 7, but didn’t provide any other details.
It also hasn’t provided any details on when the update will be rolling out.
Microsoft has been working on a camera update for Windows 10 for several months now, and has said it was in the early stages of the project.
Microsoft said earlier this year that it plans to release the camera software in October.
The latest Windows 10 update will add an option for users to quickly save their photos as a “snapshot” to the Windows Camera app.
It will also allow users on the desktop to quickly see their photos on the Start Screen.
The camera app will also make it easier to take a photo when a device is nearby and is in focus.
Users will also be able to save and share photos with the camera by tapping the “Share” button in the Windows camera app.
Users will also get the option to capture and share a video clip.
The Microsoft update also brings some new features to the camera and camera assistant.
Microsoft is calling it the Camera Assist, which will help you focus and zoom images.
The company is also calling it “High Quality Capture” in the Camera app, which is a new feature that lets you take a still image from the Camera application without taking a photo.
In addition, Microsoft is adding new ways to customize the camera, such as the ability to crop photos or zoom in on objects to help focus on them.
Microsoft also added a new camera preview mode that allows you to see how your photos look on a preview screen.
The company is continuing to work on a new update for the Windows Store.