Paint in Windows 11 now has an AI image generator
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Paint in Windows 11 now has an AI image generator based on DALL-E 3

Microsoft has introduced the long-awaited integration of the DALL-E 3 generative neural network with the Paint graphics editor in Windows 11. This means that users of the software platform can now use the AI ​​generator to create images Paint about function called co-creator.

    Image source: windowslatest.com

Image source: windowslatest.com

In September of this year, the mentioned innovation became available to insiders on the Dev and Canary channels. Earlier this month, the ability to use a generative neural network appeared in the Release Preview channel, and now it is available to all Windows 11 users.

To generate images, simply open a blank Paint sheet, select the Cocreator function on the right side of the toolbar, and enter a text description of the image you want the algorithm to create. Users who are just getting started with neural network-based tools can watch the four-step tutorial directly in the app. With its help, you can learn how to use the algorithm and quickly start generating images.

It should be noted that at this time, some Windows 11 users can only access the new feature through waitlist registration, so it may take several days to receive vendor approval. Users who do not see the Cocreator button are encouraged to ensure they are using the latest version of Paint and to sign up for the waitlist.

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