Microsoft has announced that its OpenAI’s DALL-E-powered AI image generator is now available on desktop for Edge users around the world.
The company introduced this feature in the new Bing and Edge preview last month.
Image Creator allows users to create an image using only their words, describing the picture they want to see.
The company said that this feature will help you create images that don’t exist yet, 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,” Microsoft said in a blogpost. Is.”
To use the feature, users simply need to navigate to the sidebar on the right side of their browser, and then tap on the Image Creator icon, enter your prompt, and then four different image options to choose from. Will appear
After selecting one that suits their needs, they can download it and add it to their document or upload it to social media.
The company explained that when using Image Creator in Microsoft Edge for the first time, they need to enable it in the Edge sidebar by clicking on the “+” icon and turning on the toggle key for Image Creator.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has started testing the new Block feature with Edge testers in the Canary Channel, allowing users to completely block web videos from automatically playing in the Edge browser.
“We’ve heard your requests to strictly block media autoplay, and we’re excited to share that it’s now available! Edge Canary now has a new autoplay setting, Block, that lets you block all media on the site. allows them to stop running automatically,” Microsoft said.
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