Like already noted in September, the free blogging service Windows Live Spaces is closing on March 16, 2011. Please remember that after January 4, 2011, you will no longer be able to add new contents to your Space, as it will become read-only.
Here are some FAQs you should check before migrating your Windows Live Spaces to WordPress!
This week, Microsoft announced the end of its blogging platform Windows Live Spaces. The approx. 30 million users can migrate their Spaces over to WordPress.com. MS-internal e-mails now might reveal that this figure is not showing the reality.
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.
Windows Live Spaces is migrating to WordPress.com. This is what Dharmesh Mehta, Director Windows Live Product Management, has announced in the Windows Live team blog.
The publication of internal Microsoft documents meant for hardware partners to get an overview about the Windows 8 plannings has consequences.
Some of you have problems while trying to sign in to Messenger, receiving error code 81000306. Let’s take a look at the solution.
You can use Windows Live Sync to synchronize folders with multiple computers. The Sync team has released an update that fixes a compatibility problem with Windows EasyTransfer.
“Windows Live Personalised Experience”—this is what Wikipedia calls my.live.com, the successor of start.com. This service allowed you to put together your own home page with gadgets and other stuff to get you a home on the Web. Much like iGoogle, to be honest. Frozen project, it seems. Dead project? Let’s
Turned off last month due to a security issue with Internet Explorer and Active X, the Photo feature for Windows Live Hotmail has now been fixed and made available again. The Windows Live Team announces: Instead of adding pictures as attachments to your Hotmail messages by clicking Attach and then