“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.
Windows adds a small rounded arrow to shortcuts, so they look different from normal files. You can hide them with this trick.
www.live.com now contains what it should: Your Windows Live Home. This home page will become your entry point for Hotmail as well, replacing Hotmail Today. For version 2010, a major restructuring of this page is expected.
When Office 2010 is released in June, on many computers there will be a special Office version, replacing pre-installed Works. This Office version, Office Starter, contains trimmed versions of Word and Excel. Chris Capossela, Senior Vice President of Microsoft’s Information Worker Product Management Group, talked about some Office 2010 Starter details.
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.
Some of you have problems while trying to sign in to Messenger, receiving error code 81000306. Let’s take a look at the solution.
Windows Live Messenger 2010, codenamed “Wave 4,” will add badges to your profile. Badges are small icons that you can use to show that you are supporting a certain team or idea; they are campaigns or affiliations that you can place on your profile.
For the past several hours or so, the Messenger servers have been showing the majority of contacts offline. You can however still talk to contacts using offline message. There were other similar issues earlier on in the day and the problem just seems to have progressively gotten worse.
Windows Live Wave 4 introduces several new scenes. These will appear in Messenger, in the web services header, as well as on the Windows Live for mobile site. You are eager to get these scenes already?
Numerous users of Windows Live Messenger are currently experiencing the error code 80048820 when they try to sign in to Messenger. If you are getting this error as well, the reason might be that you have invalid characters in the first name of your user profile.