Windows 11 Copilot gets Suno, Adobe Express and Spotify plugins for free | Laptop News

Microsoft’s Copilot is available on almost every platform (web, mobile, and PC) and supports plugins to improve search results. You can use one or multiple plugins in the Copilot window. Microsoft has quietly added three new plugins to the stable channel: Suno (now available for everyone, including free users), Adobe Express, and Spotify.

Suno

Let’s discuss Suno first. But before using a new plugin, click on the New Topic icon. Then, enable the Suno or any other plugin by clicking on the plugins section and enabling the toggle next to it.

We inputted a simple prompt to write a song about clouds. Copilot took a couple of minutes and generated a one-verse song on clouds. If you are unsatisfied with the output, you can ask Copilot to tune it better or use the auto-generated suggestion to improve the audio quality.

However, there’s one minor inconvenience. You cannot directly download the song’s audio file in the Copilot window. Instead, you must click the Open in Microsoft Edge option and wait for the window to load. Then, the download icon appears below the generated audio file.

If you want to share the audio file produced by Suno AI, you have to switch to the web version of Copilot in Microsoft Edge.

Adobe Express

Copilot can integrate Adobe to create rich, detailed images, logos, flyers, and more. Enable the Adobe Express plugin after starting a new topic in Copilot. We asked Copilot to produce a logo for a wallet brand, and it generated four images.

You can refine the output or click on the image to open it in Microsoft Designer. However, it doesn’t prompt you to open Adobe Express.

Spotify

Spotify’s integration in Copilot lets you find artists, songs, and lyrics on Spotify. Copilot answers your query along with the…

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