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 synchronization program Windows Live Sync is going to be renamed to Live Mesh. As part of the Windows Live Essentials suite of applications, Live Sync allows synchronizing folders and files across computers and more devices.
Synchronizing your Hotmail messages, contacts and calendar is getting easier, for example when using iPhone. Windows Live Hotmail is now compatible with the Exchange ActiveSync standard. Here is how to set this up.
Now that you’ve had chance to download the Windows Live Essentials Wave 4 (2011) Beta refresh, it is time to take a closer look at what is new and changed.
The Windows Live Essentials Wave 4 public beta has been refreshed with a new version. Several new features as well as numerous bug fixes were implemented into this Beta Refresh.
The Hotmail team has finally finished the new Windows Live Wave 4 upgrade for all user accounts of Hotmail. According to the team, more than 350 million users in more than 220 countries now take advantage of this big update.
Microsoft continues to roll out Windows Live Hotmail to “Wave 4”. The upgrade is expected to be finished until next week.
While you are abroad, maybe on a holiday trip, it is especially important to keep safe with your Windows Live ID. You might communicate through insecure wireless networks, or from computers with outdated security settings. Protecting your Live ID is essential, as it is your access key to Messenger, Hotmail and all other Windows Live services.
Are you trying out the current Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Public Beta? You might receive the error code 81000395 when you try to sign in. The Windows Live team has published a workaround for this error code.