Microsoft recently released a blog post introducing some of the important features and functions introduced to the Microsoft Edge browser.
Editing web images:
If users want to edit a certain image, instead of downloading, saving it locally, and editing it on a PC or Mac device using software such as Photoshop, they can simply right-click on the image and perform operations such as cropping, adjusting light and color, and adding filters without leaving the window.
Users can save locally after editing, which reduces the need to switch from one application to another.
The Drop feature allows users to sync files and notes between the Edge browser on desktop and mobile. These files and notes can also be accessed directly through OneDrive.
The first feature is the ability to write notes in the Edge text box, and the contents of those notes are added to Notes.
Notes are displayed on the sidebar, similar to the way notes are displayed in messaging applications. The main difference here is that all notes are private and visible only to logged-in users.
The second feature is support for adding files by dragging and dropping, or you can add one or more files by selecting the plus button in the Drop interface and choosing from your local device.
New Bing Image Creator
The Bing Image Creator feature is based on DALL-E, another deep learning model from OpenAI, and can automatically generate images based on text content entered by the user. The Bing Image Creator feature is based on DALL-E, another deep learning model from OpenAI, and automatically generates images based on user-entered text.