Microsoft Edge browser has several innovative features, many of which you will not find in its rival browsers. Image editing is such a cool feature, which lets you edit any image files, including JPEG, PNG, WebP and AVIF image formats, shown on a web page and save the edited image as a PNG file or copy it to the clipboard for sharing. And you can use this feature to convert WebP and AVIF image formats to PNG format.
The photo editor in Microsoft Edge lets you crop the image, apply filters, adjust brightness, color, and contrast, add notes, and more. What makes this feature interesting is you do not need to download the image for editing. Also, no need a photo editing software on your Windows 11, Linux, or Mac computer for such a simple photo editing requirement.
Another benefit of Microsoft Edge’s Image editing feature is that you can use the feature to convert WebP and AVIF image formats into PNG formats. So you can open the web format files in other applications that do not support WebP and AVIF image formats.
How to Edit Photos Using Microsoft Edge Browser?
1. Right-click on the image shown on a webpage and choose the Edit Image option.
2. You will enter into the Crop option. Here you can crop the image, flip, tilt, mirror, and rotate the image.
3. Click the Adjustment button to change brightness, exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, color, and more.
4. Next, click the Filter tab, and choose a filter from the list (vintage, burn, film, vivid, black and white, and more) to apply to your photo.
5. Next, choose the Markup tool to markup the image and add annotations or inking marks.
6. Finally, click the Save button to save the image to your computer as a PNG file or copy it to the clipboard.
Image editing is one of the best features of the Microsoft Edge browser, as you do not need to install a third-party app on your computer for a simple editing job. And you can use Microsoft Edge’s image editing feature to convert WebP and AVIF image formats to PNG.
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