Once again, a year is over — for me, 2010 was very interesting. Much has happened, including unforeseen events. Come with me on a timeline journey and let’s think back to the most interesting events in 2010!
Windows Live Writer is one of the first applications of the Essentials suite to enter the planning phase for its next release, called “Wave 5.” Now is the time to get involved into the plannings, adding your ideas and wishes.
In recent times, the 64 bit architecture gets more and more important. What is common for 32 and 64 bit, what do you have to pay attention to?
I spoke with Harrison Hoffman, Evangelism Product Manager for Windows Live, about his personal relation to Windows Live. Get excited about this Windows Live and You interview!
The news on Windows Live Spaces migrating to WordPress.com has caught much interest. I asked several of you what they think about shutting Live Spaces down and moving all users over to wordpress.com.
Soon, Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and Windows Vista RTM (without Service Pack). It is recommended to upgrade corresponding systems.
As previously announced, the Windows Live Events web service is retiring. After 31 May 2010, you will not be able to access any data stored within Events.
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.
In June, Microsoft is going to release a Public Beta of Windows Live Essentials 2011 (Wave 4). Are you wondering what’s new? Read on.
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.