Have you ever imagined Microsoft Edge and Email?

Have you ever imagined Microsoft Edge and Email?

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FurChatGPT is a chat system based on the GPT-3 language intelligence model developed by OpenAI. The model has 175 million parameters trained on many words to perform language-related tasks, from translation to document generation. Artificial intelligence learns from the documents, the questions asked, and the information entered, so this system, subject to change over time, “learns” to perform the task for which it was designed.

This is how all AIs, all ChatGPTs, and other magical avatars of Lensa are trained. In the case of ChatGPT, this AI is trained to communicate with everyone. The algorithms must understand exactly what you are asking, including the pictures and variations you add to your lines, and always respond to you.

The most amazing thing about this AI interview is that it can give you clear and complete answers, even in the weakest parts. Moreover, these answers can be presented freely and with a lot of details, so it is very difficult to distinguish that the article was created by AI.

Microsoft Outlook for Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Outlook has just been released as a preview version and it’s too early to predict whether it will go beyond Edge or remain online-only, like some of Google’s Chrome extensions on its services. It won’t be in sight anytime soon, because although it’s not finished, this treasure contains promising features. With all this, and although you probably already know, it is important to point out to newbies that this Microsoft Outlook extension for Microsoft Edge is not just an email management add-on, because Microsoft Outlook is not the same as Outlook. Therefore, the Outlook email service is part of Microsoft Outlook, which includes many business productivity services.

However, Microsoft Outlook for Microsoft Edge focuses on bringing management closer to just a few of Microsoft’s productivity services. The most important ones, including emails, contacts, calendars, and tasks, all conveniently without having to open a new browser tab or launch an application to perform an action you can do with two clicks and a little note.

In other words, it’s not your typical browser extension that alerts you when a new email has arrived. According to its description, this extension allows you to

“read, send and manage emails and receive new email notifications; create events, view upcoming events and join online meetings; create, manage and track tasks; manage contacts”

We can say that the only thing missing from the Microsoft Edge extension for Microsoft Outlook is the powerful cloud-based OneNote note manager. But when you consider that the extension already exists, and is available for Chrome, it just adds to this new noise. And we don’t mind. Plus, you no longer need to rely on adding third-party developed tasks to Microsoft To Do.

Microsoft Edge and its new Email function

Edge is already number two on the list of most-used browsers. So if you want to try it, with the current suggestions, Microsoft Edge is changing, including redesigns and Bing AI features. While waiting for these features to be implemented, there is something new to look forward to. Soon, if you have a Microsoft 365 subscription, it will be easier to open email attachments in Edge. If you click on an email and open a link in it, a browser window will appear with the website, in addition to the email displayed as a sidebar. This is a small change, but it is useful if you want to go back to the e-mail to click on something or if you want to read additional context.

Of course, Microsoft Edge will have ChatGPT-style artificial intelligence features that will adapt to different websites. Edge will have a new side with two main features: communication and typing. By talking, the user can ask artificial intelligence to summarize what is displayed on the page, or clarify different messages, etc. And with “compose,” it is possible to make it function as a writing assistant and write different types of content, for example, for e-mail.

As you can see, this power has a great form. You can ask the AI to perform a series of actions based on the content of the current page. In this way, AI functions interact with the web page or the content you are viewing. And, of course, you will be able to combine essays and writing tasks to perform different tasks, such as research papers and research analysis.

Further information

We may be able to get more information in future updates, but for now, it is important to see the latest events in our Outlook account directly from Microsoft Edge. As we said before, it will not be surprising that this can be extended to other services in the future, such as Microsoft To-Do, Skype, or Teams, and this will facilitate the deployment of PWA.

Features for Edge version 109

In this line, and as we can read in Windows Latest, Microsoft Edge tests the automatic password-saving function.Therefore, with this new feature Edge directly saves the username and password automatically and without user intervention. Unlike what browsers offer. That when they detect that a user is using a certain identifier on a web page, they display a message offering us the possibility to keep it under their control.

Redmond is aware of the skepticism that this feature might arouse. For this reason it will not make it default when it debuts in Microsoft Edge. To enable the setting, a user must be present (or perhaps a message informing him or her), and from that point on, there is no need to confirm that you want to save the password.

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