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Using ChatGPT on Microsoft Edge and Bing

The AI ​​chatbot ChatGPT has been all the rage in recent months. The AI ​​chatbot appeared out of nowhere and recently lured millions of users. Now users are joining the waiting list to get their hands on the ChatGPT.

After ChatGPT’s rapid success, many of its competitors started promoting their AI tools on social networking platforms. After looking at the rising demand and trying to carve out its own place in the competition, Microsoft unveiled a new Bing powered by Open AI’s ChatGPT.

Use ChatGPT on Microsoft Edge & Bing

We won’t talk about why Microsoft launched the new GPT-powered Bing, as you probably know. If you don’t, check out this article. We’re here to discuss how use ChatGPT on Bing & Microsoft Edge.

Using ChatGPT on Bing and Microsoft Edge

Let’s clear up a few things before sharing the steps to use ChatGPT. First of all, you need to join the waiting list to get your hands on the all new Bing search engine.

While there are quite a few things you can do to get faster access to the new Bing, there’s no guarantee you’ll get instant access to the ChatGPT.

Talking about accessing ChatGPT on Microsoft Edge, you should also use the Canary version of the web browser.

How to access ChatGPT on Bing

If you’ve decided to access ChatGPT on Bing, here are the steps to get you started.

1. Open a web browser (Microsoft Edge is recommended).

2. Then go to bing.com/new web page.


3. You will now see a screen like below. Click the Register on the waiting list knob.

Register on the waiting list

4. Make sure you are signed in with your Microsoft account before joining the waitlist. Then click on ‘Get faster access to the new Bing‘.

Get faster access to the new Bing

5. Now Microsoft will ask you to set up Default settings from Microsoft on your PC and install the Microsoft Bing app. You need to do these two things as it will speed up your waiting part.

Default settings from Microsoft

Remark: While setting the Microsoft default settings and installing the Bing app on your mobile, you need to sign in with the same Microsoft account.

How to access ChatGPT in Bing?

Even if you do the two things Microsoft asks you to do, you still have to go through a waiting period. However, you will get faster access to ChatGPT.

Ask something

In the meantime, you can try what has already been offered to all users. There are a few preset samples available on the new Bing that you can use to test ChatGPT. Go to to test it bing.com/new and scroll down to the Ask something section.

Help me find a pet

You will find a few preset examples. You can take it with you as a demo. For example, click the ‘Help me find a petexample opens the Bing search in a new tab. You will find the ChatGPT answer on the right side of the search.

How to use ChatGPT on Microsoft Edge?

As we clearly stated above, you can only use ChatGPT on Microsoft Edge if you have exceeded the waiting time. If Microsoft gives you access to ChatGPT, you can use it directly in the Edge browser.

The only criteria to be met is that you have the Canary or the Build developer from Microsoft Edge.

To discover

Install the Microsoft Edge Canary or Dev build of the Microsoft Edge Insider page and install it on your device. Once installed, open the app and sign in to your Microsoft account. To access ChatGPT, click the To discover icon in the top right corner.

Bing ChatGPT powered chat

You can then use the Bing ChatGPT powered to chat directly from the Discover tab. However, if you’re still on the waitlist, you won’t be able to use the Bing search (chatgpt) from Microsoft Edge’s Discover tab.

So, this guide is about using ChatGPT in Bing and Microsoft Edge browsers. If you need more help on this topic, let us know in the comments below. And if the article helped you, please share it with your friends as well.

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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