Microsoft Edge Now Has Bing’s Dall-E Image Creator

Image Creator in Edge

Microsoft is cramming AI features into every app and service it can, from Office apps to its Bing search engine. The latest addition? A panel for the Bing Image Creator in Microsoft Edge.

Microsoft released Bing Image Creator last month, which uses a modified version of DALL-E 2 to generate AI images based on text prompts. The service is available for anyone to use at, and can also be activated from within Bing Chat, but Microsoft is now giving it a dedicated sidebar panel in the Edge browser too.

Today’s blog post explains, “This feature will help you create images that don’t yet exist, powered by the very latest DALL-E models from our partners at OpenAI, right from the Microsoft Edge sidebar. If you’ve ever found yourself in need of a very specific visual for a social post or even a PowerPoint, Image Creator can help you find exactly what you need.”

The new panel works exactly like the web version of Bing Image Creator in the web, but with a more compressed interface to fit inside the sidebar. Microsoft notes that you might need to click the plus button (+) on the sidebar and enable Image Creator to see the new panel — if you don’t see it in the list, it hasn’t rolled out to you yet.

This is one of many recent changes in Microsoft’s desktop browser, including a split-screen mode, real-time tab sharing, and of course, a giant button for Bing Chat. There’s also a cryptocurrency wallet in development. That’s a lot of feature bloat.

Source: Microsoft


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