MSRT is generally released monthly as part of Windows Update or as a standalone tool available here for download.
As a fairly versatile operating system, Windows has always had ways of browsing and viewing photos.
You can use the keyboard for both actions: Ctrl D to add it to a specific album via a pop-up menu, or simply press the Delete button.
If you press “Delete” again, the image will be removed both from the album/collection/folder in the Photos app, and the file itself will be deleted in Windows Explorer and sent to the Recycling Bin. The top controls are labelled, and fairly self-explanatory.
It’s mainly intended for pen-enabled devices like the Microsoft Surface.
You can double-click on any of the tools in the upper bar to select color and width.
The “Share” button will open Windows 10’s share menu, allowing the user to send the file via email, copy it via Windows’ standard copy and paste function, or open and share it directly in any compatible Windows Store app.
Zoom opens a manual slider to zoom in and out—remember that you can do this much faster by holding the Ctrl button and using the mouse wheel.
“Collection” is a view of your most recent photos and screenshots, displayed in reverse order by date.
“Albums” is a series of automatically-created photo albums, organized according to the Photo app’s internal logic, though you can add your own and remove or add photos to existing albums.
As of November 2016, Microsoft Windows Updates are now available for download from the Microsoft Update Catalog only.