Bing’s chatbot now lets you ask questions with your voice on desktop

Bing’s chatbot now lets you ask questions with your voice on desktop
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Microsoft is bringing Bing’s voice mode to Edge on desktop. With this latest update, you can now ask Bing’s chatbot questions using your voice — and it will respond in a voice of its own.

Just like the feature on the mobile version of Edge, you can select the microphone button on Bing’s chat box and then ask your question aloud. Microsoft says its chatbot currently supports English, Japanese, French, German, and Mandarin but notes that additional languages are “on the way.”

When Windows Copilot launches to the public, it will live directly in your taskbar, where you can ask general questions, have it summarize the content you’re viewing, adjust your PC’s settings, and more.

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