Microsoft has rolled out an AI image generator for Edge that will be available for users around the world.

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Microsoft is making its DALL-E-powered AI image generator “available on desktop for Edge users around the world.” The company announced it’d be coming last month when it integrated the image generation tech into its Bing chatbot, but this move could make it available to a much wider audience.

To use the feature, users need to simply navigate to the sidebar on the right side of their browser, and then tap on the Image Creator icon, enter their prompt, and then they will see four different image options to choose from.

So, Microsoft Edge’s AI image generator is now available for everyone on desktop.

The company is also adding other features to Edge, such as the Drop tool that lets you send files and other content to yourself, creating a personal notebook that syncs across devices. Microsoft also added a tool called “Browser essentials,” which is basically a button that you can click on to have Edge tell you what a great job it’s doing at being efficient and scanning for malware (though this feature is currently only available on early-access builds).

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