How to use Bing’s AI Chat on all your deviceson May 5, 2023 at 10:16 Tech Advisor

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2023 has already been a huge year for AI. The first few months of the year have been dominated by ChatGPT, with Microsoft and many others integrating the technology into various apps and services.

Access to Bing Chat was initially very limited, but those restrictions have now been lifted. Anyone on the Edge browser can use it, and you don’t need wait for an invitation.

While each Bing Chat user is limited to 5 chats per session and 50 chats in total each day, that’s plenty to put the AI chatbot through its paces. Here’s how to get started on your desktop PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet. 

How to use Bing Chat on Windows or Mac

Of course, Microsoft wants you to use Windows 11 to access Bing Chat. That’s what we’ll be using for this section of the tutorial, but it also works on Mac. Just download Edge for Mac to get started, then follow the same steps as below:

Open Microsoft EdgeHead to bing.com/chatFrom the pop-up that appears, click ‘Start chatting’

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Enter the email address for the Microsoft account you’d like to use and click ‘Next’. If you don’t have one, click ‘Create one!’ just under the text box and follow the instructions

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Enter your password when prompted and click ‘Next’From the following screen, choose whether you’d like to stay signed in or notClick ‘Chat now’

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Choose your conversation style. If you’ve never used it before, it’s best to stick with ‘More Balanced’

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That’s it! You can now start chatting.

How to use Bing Chat on Android or iOS

Luckily, Microsoft has also added Bing Chat to the Edge mobile apps. We’re using Android here, but all of the steps below also apply to iOS: 

Download Microsoft Edge from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store Once installed, open the app and sign into your account (or create a new one) when promptedFollow the on-screen instructions, deciding if you’d like to share data and make Edge your default browserHead to bing.com/chat, where you should see a message saying ‘Welcome to the new Bing’Use the microphone or keyboard icons to ask any questions, or scroll down and tap ‘Sign in’Enter your Microsoft account details again if prompted, then choose a conversation style

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Bing Chat is now ready to go, so you can start using it.

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