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Bing AI chat has already been there for six months but now finally Bing Chat is available in Google Chrome for all desktop users.
When introduced in February, Bing AI chat remained limited to the users of Microsoft’s Edge browser.
In the end July, a number of individuals using Google Chrome began noticing the activation of Bing AI assistance. However, Microsoft seemed a bit reluctant about this inclusion, and not all users had access to it. Now, this week, Microsoft has formally introduced support for Bing AI on Google Chrome. In its recently released posts last week, Microsoft announced:
Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise are now supported in the Chrome desktop browser (using the latest Stable Channel update) for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Support for other browsers on desktop and mobile is forthcoming.
Bing AI is still only limited to Chrome and Edge browsers, but by making this expansion, Microsoft is opening up support to a great deal of users as Google Chrome still enjoys the tag of world’s most popular browser. Microsoft affirms that Bing Chat will be extended to the other browsers in the future.
Microsoft has also expanded support for Bing AI in SwiftKey, with users now able to use the AI up to 30 times per day without signing into an account.
Furthermore, Microsoft has extended its Bing AI outreach to SwiftKey, granting users the ability to utilize the AI up to 30 instances daily without requiring an account login.