When you linked your Facebook profile to your Windows Live profile, Messenger 2011 might sign in automatically to Facebook Chat as soon as you sign in to Windows Live. At times, this is not as interesting as it might sound.
Microsoft has released an update for its Windows Live Messenger App for iPhone. The update fixes numerous errors, but also contains several new features that have been included in Messenger Wave 4 as well.
From 15 September onwards, the social network Facebook is cutting off users still browsing the platform with the outdated Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 browser. The reason is that a new chat system is introduced.
Now that you’ve had chance to download the Windows Live Essentials Wave 4 (2011) Beta refresh, it is time to take a closer look at what is new and changed.
When Facebook originally introduced its chat service, users were not happy with the closedness of the network. Even today, Facebook Connect is the preferred way of signing in for third-party apps. Since the launch of the new Home page this month, Facebook’s Instant Messaging service can be used with any desktop client.
The social network Facebook has rolled out a new home page layout. The top navigation as well as the sidebar and footer have been changed.
After a longer break, the summer edition of the series “Windows Live and You” is finally back. Today I will be talking with Lance Manasse, who lives in the United Kingdom and is also known by his nickname “Salem”. mynetx: Please tell me a bit about yourself. Is your life
Flock, the “social Web browser”, has been updated to 2.5 (download Flock 2.5). This version adds support for Facebook Chat right in the browser: you will see the chat toolbar on any website you are currently browsing, as long as you are signed in at Facebook in the background. The
Dear readers, Adding support for additional instant messaging networks has always been on a high place on the wish list for Windows Live Messenger. People were excited when they have to know that Microsoft and Yahoo would cooperate to allow using the networks in both company’s clients, back in 2005.
When I saw the first screenshots of the Web Bar, part of the new Windows Live Messenger Web Toolkit, I was amazed. Not amazed by the features it has, not by its look, but amazed by its similarity with the Facebook Chat bar. Look yourself: Let us have a look