Long awaited, now available: The Windows Live team has released the latest version of its application suite Windows Live Essentials, code-named Wave 4.
This week, Microsoft announced the end of its blogging platform Windows Live Spaces. The approx. 30 million users can migrate their Spaces over to WordPress.com. MS-internal e-mails now might reveal that this figure is not showing the reality.
Come with me on a short tour through two years of mynetx.net, and tell me what you have in mind for our future!
Facebook and Skype are planning for a tight cooperation. For Facebook users, this means that they will be able to call their friends and send SMS to each other. Video chats will be integrated as well.
With two new features, Hotmail users can access their accounts better in case they have been compromised by criminals. That is what the Windows Live team has announced in the Inside Windows Live blog.
Since last week, there are quite a few users receiving Messenger error code 85ae000b when they try to sign in. Are you among them? Here is the explanation.
While you work with your Office apps, Word, Excel and the likes take note of how you are using them. In regular intervals, Office is transmitting these usage data to Microsoft. You would rather not want to submit these data? You can turn that off.
You are getting an error in Windows Live or one of the applications and are thus wondering whether the error only occurs with your account, or whether it is a common problem? You can find out with the Windows Live service status.
The next version of Microsoft Office, codenamed Office 15, might get its own App Store. This is what a current job description reveals. According to the current release cycle, Office 15 will ship in fall 2012 the earliest.
The news on Windows Live Spaces migrating to WordPress.com has caught much interest. I asked several of you what they think about shutting Live Spaces down and moving all users over to wordpress.com.