Today I faced a strange problem with my Windows Live Messenger. All my contacts appeared offline but actually they were online. I was receiving the messages from them but I wasn’t able to reply them. I thought may be there is some problem with my Messenger. I restarted my computer, even re-installed windows live messenger 2011 but still the problem was there.
Windows Live Messenger 2011, Movie Maker 2011, Photo Gallery 2011 – Yes if you are on windows XP you cannot use these new amazing products by Microsoft Windows Live Essential. Everyone out there with Windows XP is very much annoyed and left alone with this step of Microsoft, that they didn’t give the product on their every best selling operating system.
Today I finally installed Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate and enjoying it. The only problem that was annoying me was the Windows Live Messenger in Windows 7. When I used to login/run Windows Live Messenger, it used to appear in the full start menu bar instead of going down in the task-bar near the clock. The huge tab of Windows 7 was disturbing me when I was running lots of applications.
Its been five days now and still there is no clue about the launch of the MSGPlusLive’s new version for Windows Live Messenger 2009. MSGPlusLive is an add-on to the Microsoft Live Messenger (formally known as Microsoft MSN Messenger) which gives a lot of new features to you for chatting. Yesterday Patchou updated the beta version only. Patchou didn’t release the version 4.8 right away and wanted to have some testing before releasing the final version of MSGPlus Live for the new Windows Live Messenger 2009.
The long awaited Microsoft Windows Live Messenger 2009 is launched today. This new messenger is the part of the Windows Live Wave 3. The release of Live Wave 3 was announced yesterday at CES2009 by Microsoft. The personalized homepage of Live has also changed. It is not just a simple blog type or news type of page anymore. Home.Live.com is more of a social network type of site. You can see your emails, friends activity, see your blog posts and even your twitter, stumbleupon and other web events.