Archive for the ‘Windows Live Messenger’ Category

Microsoft’s Live Messenger chat platform had been embraced by millions of users around the globe, and over time, it benefitted from a number of design and function iterations, but the Redmond based company has now officially announced that the service will be eventually laid to rest on March 15th of this year. Messenger has been handling online conversations for the last 13 years, but it seems Microsoft is finally ready to retire the veteran platform in favor of migrating its users across to the recently updated Skype service.

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Microsoft has finally released the official iPhone app of the world’s largest instant-messaging network (Windows Live Messenger) right for your iPhone and iPod touch. It features all the standard Windows Live stuff like photo sharing, chat and social stream from Windows Live Home.

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On the eve of Windows Live Messenger’s (formerly MSN Messenger) 10th anniversary, Windows Live Team has released a free messenger gift pack to celebrate the 10th birthday of the world’s largest IM network. The free gift pack includes new display pictures, emotions, winks, backgrounds and more.

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If your country isn’t listed above and you cant wait for it to be available in your region then you can get the new Web IM in Hotmail now by simply changing Country/region of your Windows Live ID to any one of the listed countries above (preferably USA)

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Google Chrome looks as good on XP as it does on Vista. I like the blue title bar that shows up for Chrome in XP. I had been wondering how to get that theme in Windows Vista as well. If you use the Vista Basic theme, you can use Chrome with the blue theme in […]

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There is a huge number of new features in the new Windows live Messenger Beta which is marked as version 2009 in the about box.

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In June 2008, Mac BU (aka Mactopia) team released the latest version(7.0.1) of Messenger for Mac which improved support for users of the VoiceOver feature in OS X. It also fixed user interface issues that appeared when Messenger was used with some European languages. But even this latest version is a no match to its Windows counterpart, known as Windows Live Messenger.

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Just fired up Windows Live Writer Technology Preview and I was greeted with this message:
“30 days remaining: This version of Windows Live Writer will expire on 10/1/2008. Please download and install a newer version.”

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This years Disney’s blockbuster WALL•E has made its way over to Windows Live. MSN UK has opened a WALL•E portal which consists of lots of goodies to beautify our experience with Windows & Windows Live. There is lots of stuff to choose from: Windows Live Messenger Pack: Consists of winks, dynamic display pictures and backgr[…]

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