Ever since Microsoft announced its GPT-4-powered generative AI model, Bing AI, it has proven itself to be one of the best ChatGPT alternatives on the market. However, Bing AI is limited in its scope and usability as it is not exclusively available through Microsoft’s products. Based on the latest revelation, it looks like this is set to change. Check out the details below.
Access Bing Chat from Chrome and Safari browsers!
Based on the latest Report Way Latest Windows, Microsoft’s Bing AI chatbot is now making its entrance Google Chrome Also in Windows 11 Safari On the Mac. With this rollout, Microsoft is eliminating one of Bing AI’s biggest limitations — availability. Earlier, if you wanted to use the AI chatbot, you had to visit the Microsoft Edge or Bing app, which was an unnecessary inconvenience.
With this combination, a new A pop-up will appear on your Windows 10 and 11 taskbar, allowing you to experience Bing directly in the Chrome browser. A similar pop-up will appear on your Mac or Safari browser. The AI chatbot is released in a light and dark theme. The Bing AI interface in Chrome is similar to its Edge counterpart.
Although Bing AI is currently rolling out in two of the most popular browsers, its functionality is limited in contrast to its Edge counterpart, at least for now. For example, in Chrome, only Bing AI is supported Five messages per conversation. However, if you use Bing AI in Microsoft Edge, you can enter up to thirty messages per conversation. On a similar note, it limits the character count to 2,000, while it can go up to 4,000 in Edge. Also, even though Microsoft has made it available to other browsers, it still doesn’t allow users to use the chatbot in peace. A permanent pop-up menu appears as indicated Windows latest Reportedly, it will ask you to switch to Microsoft Edge for better results.
For now, remember that the rollout is limited. So, if you haven’t received such pop-up, don’t panic because Bing AI will become more widespread in the coming weeks. We’re eager to test the new Bing AI integration in Chrome and Safari browsers as soon as it’s available. Meanwhile, if this functionality is already live for you, share your experience in the comments section below.