Written on: 16/07/2011
Today some one hacked into a private conversation I had had earlier this morning, was able to repeat it word for word, and no other was possible they could have found out the content of the conversation. I do know the person who did this and would like to know how to report this and who to report it to. (read more)
Written on: 08/01/2010 by CCfruits (1 review written)
Some days ago, Microsoft released the betas of the latest versions of its Windows Live Suite - dubbed "Wave 3", which will also encompass a huge redesign of all the entire Windows Live product line, online and offline. In this update, all of the Windows Live family components have had a redesign, but the biggest has had to be Windows Live Messenger 2009.
Actually, the old versions of Windows Live Messenger or MSN, as most of us used to call it, has gained rich users through out the world.... (read more)
Written on: 16/04/2008
I can talk to all my friends when they are on! Its awesome! You can't change your Screen Name font colour and your personal message colour! Well recommend Windows Live Messenger! (read more)
Written on: 10/08/2007 by yellowtimechris (109 reviews written)
The old Windows Messenger had lots of static and webcam was delayed slightly for me, this new version seems to run smooth with lots of new parts to it.
Microsoft have indeed made a better version and should not be thought of as a second thought chat box. (read more)
Written on: 19/05/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
MSN Live Messenger was a part of Microsoft's big unnecessary upgrade about a year ago, making everything "Live".
In this process, most Microsoft things were ruined and broken, made worse; but Live Messenger is the exception to the rule.
This programme features some useful things, such as being able to appear offline without closing all of your conversations. Similarly, you can chat to people whilst appearing offline, like never before.
A recommended from MSN 7.5 then. (read more)
Written on: 05/09/2006 by kiyawhite (56 reviews written)
MSN Messenger has always been a huge hit, having more favour shown towards it than it's original structure of Windows Messenger. However, the launch of Windows Live Messenger saw an end to that, because MSN Messenger users were persuaded to try it's latest twin.
The user experience itself isn't that different from MSN Messenger 7.5. It runs on 32-bit, and unfortunately, it shows no signs of having 64-bit support for Windows Vista in the future, although it should still be able to run on the... (read more)
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