Back in May 2010, the Windows Live team published an update for Windows Live Essentials 2009 (Wave 3). It introduced stability fixes as well as a simplification of the webcam feature. Until now, this Wave 3 update (build number 14.0.8117) was optional. This is going to change soon.
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!
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.
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.
You are receiving the error code 0x8a70013 and your webcam doesn’t show any picture in Windows Live Messenger?
“QFE” è l’abbreviazione di Quick Fix Engineering. In questo post, evidenzierò le Note di Rilascio per Essentials 2009 QFE2. Allora, cosa è nuovo o cosa è cambiato? Finestra di conversazione di Windows Live Messenger: Cinese/Giapponese/Coraeno IME (Input Method Editor) si reimposta in Inglese nella finestra di conversazione di Messenger. Su
“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
Willkommen zu einem neuen Interview in der Sommerausgabe der Serie „Windows Live und du“! Heute habe ich einen besonderen Gast eingeladen, um mit ihm über seinen persönlichen Bezug zu Windows Live zu sprechen: heißen wir Angus Logan willkommen, Senior Technischer Produktleiter für Live-Dienste bei Microsoft. mynetx: Angus, ich freue mich,
mynetx entrevista Angus Logan, Gerente Sênior de Produtos Técnicos para Serviços Live na Microsoft, e debatem sobre a história de Logan, e o que poderia vir na Wave 4.