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Windows gets image editing AI | Generative Erase them all!

Introducing the upcoming Generative Erase tool for Windows! Microsoft is rolling out a new feature called Generative erase to the Photos app for both Windows 11 and Windows 10. Now you can magically remove unwanted elements from your photos using the power of AI. Get ready to take your photo editing game to the next level with Microsoft’s AI-powered tools.

Windows is set to receive its very own Magic Eraser for AI-enhanced photo editing. The new Generative Erase feature is on its way to the Photos app in Windows 11, and it will also be available for Windows 10 users. Just like Google and Samsung, Microsoft is jumping on the bandwagon of incorporating magical AI-powered selective photo erasers into their devices. The company has introduced Generative erase, allowing users to perform similar tasks within the Photos app that is included with Windows.

Microsoft is currently developing its own upscaler similar to DLSS for Windows 11, showing that even Notepad is not exempt from the company’s significant AI advancements in Windows. Although this may not be as flashy as other AI features you’ve seen, the good news is that you won’t need to purchase a new Pixel or Galaxy device to enjoy this functionality. Microsoft has confirmed that it will not only introduce this feature to Windows 11 but will also bring all of the Photos app’s AI editing capabilities to Windows 10, including Windows 11 for Arm64 devices. This includes a background removal tool as well.

For now, these tools are only available to Windows Insiders. Microsoft has stated, “This update is starting to roll out to Windows Insiders in all channels today (including Windows Insiders on Windows 10 in the Release Preview Channel). Be sure to update your app to version number 2024.11020.21001.0 or higher.” The company’s blog post does not mention whether AI-edited photos will contain metadata or watermarks to differentiate them from unedited images. Image editing AI seems like a mandatory feature in most operating systems going forward.

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