Check out the best photo editors for Windows 10 now

Check out the best photo editors for Windows 10 now

Photo editors are among the most used apps in the Google Play and App Store. Despite limited app choices, Windows Store features a host of photo editors you can check out to make your photographs look stunning.

If you are overwhelmed by hundreds of photo editors you have found on the Windows Store, we can help you out. We have compiled a list of the best photo editors for Windows 10. Here we go

  1. Fhotoroom

If you are one of those who are much involved in photography with your Windows phone, you must have heard of Fhotoroom. The app has evolved day-by-day along with dozens of new features that fulfill everyday photography demands from the casual photographer to the serious shutterbug.


With Fhotoroom, you can share your photos with the most well-known communities of photo enthusiasts or you simple use Fhotoroom to make your images more stunning. Besides, Fhotoroom allows you to edit files sizes up to 41 MB with EXIF and GPS support. The app also includes RAW support for up to 150 file formats including the most popular ones like JPEG, PNG or TIFF

As a professional photo editor, Fhotoroom features undoubtedly basic editing tools like Exposure, Saturation, Contrast, Cropping and more. Besides, the app includes some advanced editing tools such as HRD conversion, tilt shift, color splash and more.

  1. Photo Shader

Photo Share has existed for Windows phone since the days of Windows 7.5. Basically, the app has been met with mostly positive reviews from users. With Windows 10, Photo Shader has been completely redesigned, making it even more useful than before.


A new UI design is making the editing and interactions much easier. You now can perform a quick edits to your images using a series of editing buttons that scroll across the screen. Editing tools include color balance, sharpness, noise reduction, cropping, brightness/contrast, saturation and more.


Photo Shader includes 40 different filters and the ability to create custom filters. Besides, there is an editing history feature that allows you to view all the steps you have made along with the ability to remove or re-view any of the previous edits. You also have support for choosing the file location and naming your edited image file.

Photo Shader is a great app for those who are looking for a simple and quick way to edit their images. Photo Shader is now available for both Windows mobile and PC.

  1. Fotor

Fotor is a great editing choice for Windows 10, as it offers a wide range of editing tools for both the casual photographers to the professional ones. With Fotor, you can easily adjust the basic things that you can find inside any other photo editor, like exposure, contrast, saturation, temperature and more. You can also crop your images, add filters, borders and text boxes.


Besides, the app includes a tilt-shift tool and thirteen preset scenes you can pick from to fine-tune your images. Fotor also includes support for RAW conversion and the ability to resize your images. Fotor is one of the must-have photo editors for Windows 10. If you are using a Windows 10 device, get it now.

  1. Polarr Photo Editor

Polarr Photo Editor is a professional photo editor for Windows 10 PC. The app is now available in both free and paid versions.

If you are using a free version of the app, you will get many of the features found in the pro version including the same pro-style editor layout and more. The best thing is that the free version comes in smaller storage footprint (4MP) and also includes support for JEG and most RAW file formats up to 42 MP. Besides, you can import and export transparent PNG files.


The editing tools include exposure, color, clarity, sharpness, saturation, contrast and more. There are also tools for cropping, resizing, tilting and optic distortion. The free version offers enough tools to handle most editing needs. However, if you look for a tool that helps you handle heavy lifting, you can buy the pro-version that is priced at 19.99 USD.

These are best photo editors you can check out for your Windows 10. If you have another app that has not been mentioned above, let us know in the comments section below.

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