Are you trying out the current Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Public Beta? You might receive the error code 81000395 when you try to sign in. The Windows Live team has published a workaround for this error code.
Seemingly Microsoft is starting the Internet Explorer 9 Beta phase in August. This is what internal documents state that hardware partners received about plans for Windows 8.
On October 1, 2010, the Bing bot will not be in beta anymore. On this date, it is going to replace the current MSN Bot completely.
Long awaited, now available for free download: Windows Live Essentials 2011 Beta. This beta is available in English, Spanish, French, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese.
According to information published by Francisco Martín García, we can look forward to the Public beta of Windows Live Essentials 2011 around the 24 or 25 June 2010.
Bing has made an agreement with Opera: Bing is going to be one of the predefined search engines. This has already been integrated in the recently released Beta version.
In June, Microsoft is going to release a Public Beta of Windows Live Essentials 2011 (Wave 4). Are you wondering what’s new? Read on.
“Wave 4:” In few weeks, Microsoft is releasing new versions of Windows Live services. After a long internal test phase with thousands of Microsoft employees, the first release is at hand. Next, end users will get involved. Your feedback will make Windows Live Wave 4 complete.
You have been trying Messenger 2010 recently after downloading and installing the leaked Milestone 2 beta 15.2.2583.119? You might get problems when you want to go back to Messenger 2009.