As I promised, here is another transformed site: the Windows Live Support Center. I know, it is not a Windows Live Service, but it has nevertheless been edited as well. Stay tuned… Thanks to Picturepan2 from LiveSino.net for the hint!
I’m gonna start a short series over the next days to keep you up-to-date on which services get a redesign. The first one is the Windows Live Account Center at http://account.live.com/ , looking like this now: Stay tuned for more services to be transformed in short…
As various hints indicate, the phase 3 of the Windows Live Services Wave 3 update will start between December 5th and December 12th, 2008. Update: Numerous sources confirm that the Web Services (not the Clients) will roll out from December 1st until December 8th, 2008. What does this Wave 3
Maybe you’re one of the people who can’t live without music. And maybe you know Deezer, where you can listen to music for free, streamed. How can you show what is currently playing there, in your Current Media info in Windows Live Messenger? To set it up, follow this how-to.
The IE8 team has announced details on the future of Windows Internet Explorer 8. After the Beta 2 was released on August 27, 2008, the team is preparing for another pre-release version, also known as Release Candidate, of IE8. We will release one more public update of IE8 in the
Last Monday, I was still wondering what the final logo of Messenger 2009 would look like. Now, blogger Long Zheng (istartedsomething.com) has dug into getting the icons of the Windows Live Wave 3 series “in their original high-resolution glory”. Which of them is the best, in your opinion? I’m curious
Microsoft has announced details on the future, the new, Windows Live, and I am bringing them to you like I promised. Over the coming weeks, the next generation of Windows Live will become available at www.windowslive.com. The new Windows Live experience is enhanced by Microsoft partners with feeds from third-party
Many of the people using the current public Windows Live Messenger 2009 Beta wonder about the changed (or modernized?) interface. Things look different, are at a different place, etc. Of course, a product used by millions of users should make progress every now and then, also in the User Interface.
Since the roll-out of the new Windows Live Hotmail, there has been an enormous reaction of the users, mostly negative, as we see on the amount of comments to various blog posts on Windows Live Wire. Finally, it seems as if Microsoft was listening to their users and working on
Looking at the design of the Windows Live Messenger logo and sign-in window, it hasn’t changed very much since Windows Live Messenger 8.1 or so. However, we can look forward to Wave 3 integration and simplification also in this area. The new logo will look something between these 3 shots/mock-ups: