Best Photo Tools for Windows 11

One of the keys of successful photo editing and photo management is to have powerful tools at your fingertip and be able to handle diverse photo editing and organization features in a matter of time. A good photo tool should help you multitask on various projects and increase efficiency. Here is a list of some of the best photo tools that’ve been fine-tuned especially for Windows 11.


Canva has an active user base of over 30 million users. It has become a solid alternative to the industry-leading Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator. In addition to graphics, Canva can also be used to design marketing and printable materials, infographics, PDFs using a variety of professional templates.


Since the release of Windows 11, Canva has made its way to the Microsoft Store. To install the Canva app, just open the Microsoft Store through its taskbar icon. Search for Canva and click on the Install button.


As your photo library in Windows 11 grows bigger in size, managing and organizing photos becomes an essential activity. This is where a handy tool like PictureEcho comes to your aid.

PictureEcho scans your computer (or any particular folders of your choice) for duplicate photos and lists them out to delete. Not only does it help you reclaim lost storage, but it also performs the job with some speed.

PictureEcho uses the following two criteria to compare your photos:

PictureEcho also shows an in-house preview of your photos and lets you automatically select them with a pattern of your choice (for example, retain newest/ oldest files in each group, retain high/ low resolution files in each group, etc).

Adobe Photoshop Express (Free)

Adobe Photoshop Express is a lite version of Photoshop available for free. You can grab it from the Microsoft Store to magically transform and share your photos.


Snipping Tool (Free)

Snipping Tool is not a third-party utility. It is already a part of your Windows 11. Snipping Tool allows you to take quick screenshots of your Desktop’s entire full screen or specific windows or regions. There are also options to automatically snip in at a specified interval, for example, 10 seconds.

After taking a screenshot, you may edit them as you like. You can drop the images, highlight portions, use the eraser, touch write and more. If you like, you can import these screenshots into external programs or share them on the Web.

To open Snipping Tool, just fire up your new Start, type Snipping Tool and open it. You can also use the shortcut Windows Key + Shift + S.

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