- Bing’s AI chatbot is rolling out on Google Chrome and Safari. Microsoft is testing letting users on both browsers access the tool.
- “We are flighting access to Bing Chat in Safari and Chrome to select users as part of our testing on other browsers,” Caitlin Roulston, Microsoft’s director of communications, says in a statement to The Verge.
- “We are excited to expand access to even more users once our standard testing procedures are complete.”
- Similar to the Windows 11 emoji update that’s now in testing, Microsoft originally promised this update to the Paint app a couple of years ago.
- After rolling it out to more limited test groups in June, Microsoft just announced that dark mode for Paint in Windows 11 is now rolling out to Windows Insiders in the beta channel.
- 1Password keeps you and your loved ones safe online without giving up on convenience – the whole family can create, store, and autofill login credentials whenever and wherever they need to.
- With intuitive apps and seamless syncing, 1Password puts your data at your fingertips across all your devices.
- From credit cards and Wi-Fi passwords to files and financial accounts, you can easily protect, share, and manage your most important information hassle-free.
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- Did you read the news about the Windows XP activation algorithm getting cracked and suddenly get nostalgic for the blue skies and bluer taskbar of that old Windows release?
- Or maybe you just like attractive, high-resolution desktop wallpapers and you want to make a change?
- It turns out that Microsoft's design team has rendered an updated 4K version of the default Windows XP wallpaper—you might know it by its name, "Bliss."
Read More at arstechnica.com
- As revealed today on the official Bing blog, Microsoft has now added voice chat to people who use Bing chat on the desktop.
- The feature was already available for mobile users.
- Desktop users with a working microphone can start speaking into Bing chat by clicking the microphone icon.
Read More at neowin.net