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Windows 11 Integrates DALL-E 3 AI to Enhance Paint with Cocreator Feature

Microsoft Paint has been updated with an AI feature called Cocreator that lets users generate images from text descriptions.


has unveiled a significant update to the Windows 11 Paint application, integrating an artificial intelligence feature dubbed “Cocreator.” Originally announced in September, this AI capability, powered by OpenAI's DALL-E 3 technology, enables users to generate complex images based on textual descriptions they provide. As of November 28, 2023, the Cocreator tool has begun its general rollout to users, although it remains unavailable to certain users, with a waitlist in place for some.

Features and Functionality

The technology essentially allows users to engage with a form of generative art, where they input a text prompt, and the AI generates an image that corresponds to the entered description. The Cocreator button in Paint, positioned on the right-hand side of the toolbar, is the gateway to this feature. The application's enhancement is likened to the Bing Image Creator, another AI-powered tool in Microsoft's ecosystem that facilitates image creation. Feedback from users who have participated in early testing stages suggests that Cocreator is not only powerful but also user-friendly, resulting in impressive artwork output without the need for advanced skills.

Enhancements Beyond AI

Beyond the integration of DALL-E 3 AI, Paint has seen several upgrades over the year. Notable improvements include the introduction of layers, background removal, and transparency effects. These features combined with Cocreator form a considerable leap in the application's functionality and versatility. Paint's update also comes with an in-app tutorial, aimed to assist both novice and seasoned users in leveraging the new AI tool effectively.

To cater to the spectrum of users, it is important to note that has historically been a basic graphics editing program bundled with past versions of Windows. Its simplicity made it ideal for rudimentary image modification tasks. However, with these latest enhancements, the application now steps into a new realm of capabilities, positioning it as a more significant player in the realm of creative software.

The Cocreator feature marks a trend in Microsoft products towards the utilization of AI to augment traditional software functionalities. These innovations are part of a broader push by Microsoft to integrate advanced technologies into everyday productivity tools, emphasizing the company's commitment to harnessing AI's potential in bolstering user experience and creativity.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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