Microsoft’s Bing AI is now fully functional for users of the desktop version of the Chrome browser.
In order for the Edge browser to increase its competitiveness with other competitors such as Chrome Firefox, and Brave Microsoft often limits the support of a number of exclusive features that are only available on the software it provides. However, recently, the company has allowed Bing AI to work on the Chrome desktop browser version.
According to Microsoft, after the Stable Channel update, Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise are available on the Chrome browser on all computers running Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. The company also plans to expand support for other browsers in both PC and mobile platforms but has not given a specific time
To use Bing AI, Chrome users visit bing.com. The upper left corner of the interface will have the Bing Chat icon (Chat with Bing). After clicking this, the browser will switch to a communication window with Microsoft’s ChatGPT-integrated chatbot.
In addition, the Bing Chat Enterprise tool is also starting to be available on the Edge browser on mobile platforms, but this small advantage is considered not enough to convince users to switch to using Microsoft’s program.
Among Big Tech, Google is the most notable business competing with Microsoft on the AI ”front”. In early August, the company revealed more information about the Gemini project with the ambition to surpass the capabilities of Microsoft’s AI. At the time of ChatGPT’s launch, many sources confirmed that Google internally “turned on a red alert” to focus resources and attention on the field of artificial intelligence. The company also invited back a number of important leaders, including genius engineer Sergey Brin – co-founder of Google – to lead projects.