Bing Chat Now on Google Chrome on Desktop!
Microsoft has expanded its support for Bing Chat on Google Chrome for desktop, making it accessible on Mac, Windows, and Linux
Microsoft has expanded its support for Bing Chat on Google Chrome for desktop, making it accessible on Mac, Windows, and Linux. This move comes as part of Microsoft's effort to broaden its browser compatibility, with plans to extend support to more browsers on both desktop and mobile platforms in the future.
Earlier, Microsoft introduced Bing Chat for Chrome and Safari on mobile devices. However, they emphasized that using their own Edge browser provides additional benefits, such as extended conversation capabilities, chat history access, and integration with various Bing features directly within the browser.
When users visit the bing.com website using Chrome, they will now see a Bing Chat option prominently displayed at the top of the screen. Clicking on this option transforms the screen into a chat window, enabling users to enter prompts and interact with Bing Chat.
In the browser market, Google Chrome continues to dominate with a significant share, commanding 77.03 percent, according to Kinsta analytics. In contrast, Microsoft's Edge accounts for a smaller 5.83 percent, while Firefox and Safari hold 7.69 percent and 8.87 percent, respectively. This discrepancy underscores Microsoft's strategy to engage a larger audience on one of the world's most widely used browsers, Chrome. Nevertheless, Microsoft remains committed to enhancing Edge and recently introduced a new AI-based design tool called Designer, integrated into Bing's sidebar. Currently, this tool is available exclusively in the United States.