Microsoft Edge is getting new AI features and magnifying images on Windows | Laptop News

Microsoft Edge has a new “Magnify image” feature that improves how you zoom images in the browser. Traditionally, you can right-click on the image and then select the “Open image in new tab” option, which would load a high-resolution version. Then, you can zoom in on the image.

After a recent update in the Edge stable version, you can use the Magnify feature to zoom into an image. Right-click on any image and select the “Magnify image” option from the context menu.

You can also press the Ctrl key twice to open the image in Magnify mode. A sub-window will open in the tab, and you can dive into the image details without opening a new tab.

Finally, you can left the image to zoom in. As shown in the screenshots below captured by Windows Latest, you can also zoom in, zoom out, and reset icons using the controls in the bottom left corner.

Edge Copilot gets Notebook AI and Designer

Edge already has a Copilot icon in the sidebar, which you can use to open the AI chatbot. However, it still lacks the Notebook AI option, which is much better than the normal mode.

This feature is better because you can enter a much larger prompt (18,000 characters) at once and describe it in detail.

Earlier, you could only access the Notebook AI option in the web version of Copilot. But Microsoft is testing placing that option in the Edge’s Copilot context menu. However, you need to change the browser’s startup type to activate the Notebook option.

Remember that this method will only work in the Edge (Canary) version, so you must download and install it. Then repeat the following steps:

  1. Type Edge Canary in the Start menu and click the Open file location option.
  2. Right-click on the Microsoft Edge Canary shortcut and select Properties.
  3. Go to…

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