Are you using Windows Live Mail as your primary e-mail program and thus running it all the time? I bet that its taskbar button will get in your way sometimes. When I played around with Live Mail’s options, I found a way to minimize Windows Live Mail to my system
If you have Windows Live Sync installed on your computer, you can connect a computer to a synchronized folder to synchronize files. You must install the Sync software from the Sync website, on every computer that you want to synchronize files on. You can connect multiple computers to a personal
Being in the official Microsoft Security Essentials beta, I am using this anti-virus solution in my production environment. This morning, its icon in the system notification area turned yellow, and the software alerted me that a system scan has not been run for some time. Security Essentials offered me to
Nowadays, displays offer a rich variety of colors, mostly 32-bit, allowing a multitude of 4,294,967,296 different colors—more than 4 billion! Graphic artists tend to use more and more of these possibilities. Messenger is one of them, especially in version 2009, also known as Wave 3. But if you have a
If you are running Messenger quite frequently, perhaps even permanently, the rather big Messenger icon in the “normal” taskbar might get into your way rather quickly. How would it be to force Messenger to act like in previous versions of Windows—that is, to “minimize to tray”? Here is how you can.
Today I got the chance to install the Windows Live Messenger 2009 RC (14.0.8050.1202) on Windows 7 (6.1.7000 / CES build), and I want to highlight 2 things I have noticed when using it there. Start Menu Tasks The first thing I noticed was that Messenger introduced a popup menu