Microsoft Edge now has an artificial intelligence image generator
Microsoft has unveiled a number of new features for its proprietary Edge browser. One of the main innovations was the integration of an AI service for generating images based on text descriptions.
The new Bing Image Creator tool is based on the DALL-E model. It allows you to generate images from a text description, select the desired image from several options and quickly add it to a document or upload it to social networks.
The Drop function allows you to share content between multiple devices. For example, you can "drop" a favorite recipe to your smartphone so you can go shopping with it later. Drop is available on MS and Mac, as well as on iOS and Android mobile devices. To do so, you need to log in to your Edge account.
In addition, the company has added the ability to edit images without the use of third-party extensions and applications. By selecting an image and right-clicking on it, the user can crop it or apply various filters.
Finally, the Efficiency Mode feature, which optimizes battery performance and provides control over the power consumption of mobile devices, has been improved. It activates automatically when a low battery level is detected.
Other new features include Collections for visually organizing web content, links, images and notes, vertical tabs, the appearance of groups of tabs and the ability to fix them individually. It should be noted that these new features may not be available in some regions or will be available at a later date.
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