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AI Image Generator is now available for all desktop browsers

Microsoft has announced that its OpenAI DALL-E powered AI image generator is now available for Edge users worldwide.

The company introduced the feature in a new Bing and Edge preview last month.

Image Creator allows users to create an image simply by using their own words to describe the image they want.

This feature helps you create images that don’t already exist right from the Microsoft Edge sidebar, the company said.

“If you’ve ever found yourself in need of a specific visual social message, or even PowerPoint, Image Creator can help you find exactly what you need,” Microsoft said in a blog post.

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

After choosing the one that suits their needs, they can download it and add it to their document or upload it to social media.

When using Image Creator for the first time in Microsoft Edge, they need to enable it in the Edge sidebar by clicking the + icon and turning on the Image Creator toggle, the company explained.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has begun testing a new blocking feature with Edge testers in the Canary channel, allowing users to completely block online videos from automatically playing in the Edge browser.

“We’ve heard your request for strict blocking of media autoplay, and we’re happy to announce that it’s now available! Edge Canary now has a new autoplay setting, Block, that lets you block all media on a site from playing automatically,” Microsoft said.

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