MS Paint is one of the oldest software that still comes with Windows. Over the years Microsoft developers have been improving it by enhancing its UI and adding more tools. But since the last few updates Paint is being evolved into an AI based tool with the introduction of background remover and layered editing.
With Bing Image Creator and Microsoft Designer, the power of Dall E has now made its way to MS Paint. You can generate images using text and then use them in your day-to-day work. In addition, you can also edit the AI generated images and use them in the way you want.
Note: For now, CoCreator can only be accessed by users who are enrolled in the Windows Insider program. Specifically, users in the Dev and Canary channels can try it right now after joining the wait list.
Generate Images with Dall-E on Windows 11 using MS Paint CoCreator
If you see the CoCreator option in the toolbar of MS Paint then you probably can start using it. For the first time, you will have to join the waitlist. Once approved you will receive the email and then you can start using it.
Initially Microsoft is offering 50 free credits to try the CoCreator once you get access. The side will open once you are approved and you can start using it. Just type a text prompt and then specify the parameters such as style.
Once the image is generated, it will be added to the editing area. From now on, you can simply start editing it further.
This is pretty much all about the new CoCreator tool of MS Paint. Just launch it right inside MS Paint and then generate images in the same way using text as you do on Stable Diffusion and Adobe Firefly.
I am really excited to see new AI tools being added to MS Paint to keep it still relevant. With AI image generation, you can now bring your ideas to life in just a few seconds. If you are a Windows Insider then you must try it out. Just use it wisely as you will only get 50 credits. I don’t know how they are going to implement the credits system in Paint but for now it seems a reasonable offer to let users get the taste of Dall E in MS Paint.