And not just this, Microsoft recently integrated Bing into its popular SwiftKey Keyboard app onto Samsung Galaxy devices. A similar integration has been noticed in Skype too, where users can ask queries directly to the Bing chatbot.
To access the Bing AI chat box, all you need to do is hover your cursor over the new Bing icon at the top right of Microsoft Edge. Once done, you will see many new options, like setting different kinds of tones for responses and starting afresh with a new topic for the AI.
Moreover, you can get access to chat responses for the webpage you’re in, its summary, and more with Bing AI.
Another potential feature that you get now with Microsoft Edge is you can directly search any text on a website using Bing AI. Just select the text, right-click, and you will find an option that goes by Search Bing in sidebar for (selected text). Alternatively, you can select a desired text and use the key combination Ctrl+Shift+E to directly access Bing AI for the same.
With the advent of ChatGPT and Google’s Chrome being on the throne of web browsers for years now, Microsoft looks eager to catch up. Still, it’s a long race since the Edge browser needs a revamp in many areas to reach where Chrome is at present.