Microsoft continues to test development versions of its Edge browser and is currently testing a new option to search for images from the browser’s sidebar and without having to leave the current page.
Image search uses Bing, as in the case of Chrome, it uses Google. A system that allows that from an existing image, we can locate similar images on the web or that match the one we are looking for.
Easier to find pictures
Among the improvements of the new Edge, the image search reaches the browser and all you have to do is press the right mouse or trackpad button on the image that interests us. From the whole list of options we will have to choose and click on “Search Bing in the sidebar for image”.
When you click on this new option, the search results appear. Bing displays the information with similar images in the right column, the field with the text, if the image includes it, which can be copied. Also, we can open the selected image in a new tab.
This new feature, discovered by user Leo Varela on Reddit, is in testing with a limited number of users, so if you don’t see it active even though you have the latest version of Edge, don’t worry. . I actually just tried and in my case it doesn’t show up either.
This feature, unlike the “Find Image on the Web” option which is the feature we all have, allows you to search for an image in Bing without leaving the current page and without having to activate a new tab, whatever. thing that happens with the first option mentioned above.
This tool can be very useful for identifying people, places, products, locating a business, identifying a logo or even finding and extracting text from an image among other options. In addition, we can use the image search to find royalty free images.
Via | Most recent windows
Pictures | Leo Varela on Reddit