The new Windows is pretty stable. Once installed, it usually works like a charm. However, even the most stable operating system can run into problems, for example if important system files get corrupted due to hard disk failures. The good thing: Windows 7 ships with a repair feature.
“QFE” is short for Quick Fix Engineering—and that is exactly what the latest Windows Live Essentials updates are for. In this post, I will highlight the Release Notes for Essentials 2009 QFE2. So, what is new or changed? Windows Live Messenger conversation window: Chinese/Japanese/Korean IME (Input Method Editor) reset to
You can’t import any Messenger Plus! scripts or skins anymore, getting an innocent message box like this one? You will have to repair the internal shortcuts for *.plsc and *.plsk files. The solution: Repair your file shortcuts Open the Control Panel. Go to the Uninstall section for programs. Act as
Windows 7 will not support the security solution Windows Live OneCare. The reason for this is the End of Life for OneCare, which will get replaced by a free alternative.
Long awaited, often asked for: the public beta of Messenger Plus! Live 4.79, introducing complete compatibility with the newest Windows Live Messenger 2009 beta. What is new/changed?