Messenger’s rotating sign-in buddies should be updated for Wave 4. Here is an interesting idea.
You’re getting the error code 800706ba when you try to sign in to Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Beta? The fix is easy — you have to start a system service.
Windows Live Wave 4 was developed with social networking at hand. You can revert the contact list to the Messenger 2009 look easily.
If you receive the error code 80071392 when you try to sign in to Windows Live Messenger, try these steps.
A minor update for Plus! 4.84 has been released, addressing that some users cannot use the changed resource file format created by Visual Studio 2010.
The first changes due to Messenger 2011 are introduced in Messenger 2009 now as well, as we noticed: The webcam feature is only usable on both sides.
A new internal Messenger update is available for the Microsoft VIP dogfood members. Now live is the Milestone 3 (15.3.2717.520), the same build used to take the videos and snapshots on the Preview website.
Microsoft has ended the “I’m making a difference” initiative. Users of Windows Live Messenger and Hotmail could collect money for help organizations by simply using the services.
There seems to be some confusion on the update to the webcam feature. When you want to send or view webcam in the recently upgraded Messenger version, you will launch a video call. This is a changed behavior, and people are quite confused about it.
With Windows Live Messenger 2011, webcam conversations are going to change. Up to now, you could view your contact’s webcam or let others view it, without launching a full video call. This is going to change soon.