How to use Bing Image Creator

(and why it’s better than ever)

It’s free, there’s no waitlist, and you don’t even need to use Edge to access it. Here’s everything else you need to know to get started using Microsoft’s AI art generator. Source: ZDNet. Written by Maria Diaz, Staff Writer on 
Microsoft has released an AI image generator within Bing that is powered by DALL-E 3, the latest of OpenAI’s projects. Microsoft was using a previous version of DALL-E to power its image creator until DALL-E 3 was incorporated into it, featuring improved image quality, more accurate prompt processing, and enhanced details within images.
Read the whole article here. A short summary here:
  • Bing Image Creator: A free AI image generator powered by DALL-E 3, the latest project from OpenAI. It can create realistic and artistic images from text prompts.
  • How to use: Users can access the tool through Bing Chat or They need to enter a descriptive prompt and wait for the tool to generate four images. They can download, share, or save the images they like.
  • FAQs: The article answers some common questions about the tool, such as how to write prompts, whether users own AI-generated images, whether there is a waitlist, and how it differs from DALL-E 2.

Go to the Bing Image Creator and log in

Unlike Bing Chat, you don’t need Microsoft Edge to access the Bing Image Creator. Just go to and click on Join & Create to log in to your Microsoft account and access the image generator.

Can I create images using the new Bing Chat?

There are two ways to use the Bing Image Creator. You can generate images by going to, as detailed above, or you can create images right from Bing Chat.

Here’s how you can ask the new Bing to create an image right from the chat window:

  1. Open Microsoft Edge
  2. Go to
  3. Click on Chat
  4. Write your prompt, it can begin with a phrase like “create an image” or “generate a photo”, but it’s not necessary. Bing Chat typically recognizes your intent.

Did I try this? Yes off course.

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