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Microsoft says it is rolling out a new photo-sharing feature that lets you upload and share photos with anyone who has access to a Windows PC.
Users of Windows 10 can now upload and view photos with Google+ Photo, Microsoft says in a blog post published Thursday.
The update also adds the ability to share photos to Facebook and Twitter.
The feature requires users to create an account with Google, and it is enabled by default.
The new feature will be available for Windows 10 PCs running the latest version of Windows.
The Windows 10 update is free to download.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mobile update will roll out to customers in the United States on October 18, with the rest of the world getting the update on October 21.
Microsoft said the new feature is only available to users with a Windows Insider account.
Microsoft will release more details on the feature in the coming weeks.
Google has been rolling out photo-editing features to its search, video, and image apps for years.
Users can now edit and share videos and images in the Photos app.
But the company hasn’t offered a way to view the photos and videos on a PC or laptop.
The latest version adds a feature to Photos that lets users take a photo from the app and send it to a friend.
Users can choose to edit or share the photos to the photos page, or upload the photos directly to the Photos website.
Microsoft says that once the photos are saved, they can be shared or viewed in a web browser.
Users also have the option to share the photo to Google+, Facebook, Twitter, or a mobile app that works on a compatible device.
Google Photos will continue to support the Google search app on Windows 10 phones, tablets, and PCs.
Microsoft also released a Windows Mobile update that will roll to all Windows 10 devices starting on October 23.
The Microsoft Mobile update adds more new features, including better security and stability, a revamped calendar app, and the ability for Windows users to take a picture of a screen to share to a trusted friend.