Windows Live Messenger 2013 is allways known as MSN Messenger, it was renamed as part of Microsoft’s move away from Hotmail, towards the Live online community. Now finally reached version 2009.
Important announcement: Microsoft will replace Windows Live Messenger with Skype. All your contacts will be automatically redirected. Under the official Microsoft web site for more complete information, you can.
“Windows Live Messenger Latest Version”
Which is one of the world’s most popular messaging programs of all “Windows Live Messenger 2013″ users across the new version contains many changes. Which brings together social networking, instant messages, social sharing of “MSN Online” includes many new features enable you to manage a single field. Facebook, MySpace and LinkedIn social network of radical design change in the new version that allows you to link to is remarkable.
“Windows Live Messenger 2013 Full Version” Video Tutorial English
Install “Windows Live Messenger”
- With Internet Explorer open, go to “www.FREE2013.com”. Click on the “Download“ button
- Click the “Save” button in the “File Download UPDATE – Security Warning” dialog box.
- In the “Save As” window, navigate to the directory where you want to save the “Windows Live Messenger” installer and then click the “Save” button.
- Once the installer file is finished downloading, click the “Open” button in the download progress window. Alternatively, you can find the installer file named “Install_Messenger” on your computer and double click on its icon to run the “Windows Live Messenger” Setup Wizard.
- “Windows Live Chat” Setup Wizard will open. Click “Next” to begin the installation progress.
- In the “Choose additional features and settings” section, select any features or settings you want. Then click “Next” again. (Note: Be sure to uncheck the box next to “MSN Home” if you don’t want the “Windows Live Messenger Chat” to change your current home page in Internet Explorer.)
- Wait for “Windows Live Messenger” to install and then click the “Next” button.
- A screen will appear that says “Windows Live Messenger has been installed.” Click the “Close” button to exit the setup wizard
- “Windows Live Messenger” will automatically open. If you need a Windows Live ID, necessary to use “MSN Online”, click the “Get a new account” link at the bottom of the “Windows Live Messenger” window.
- Internet Explorer will open with a secure “Windows Live” sign up page. Click the orange button that says “Sign Up.
- Fill out the “Windows Live ID” sign up form. Once you’ve completed the form and read the Windows Live Services Agreement and the Privacy Statement and if you agree to them, click the “I Accept” button.
- Click “Yes” to close any “Security Alert” warning you may get when leaving a secure Internet connection and then you will be presented with a “Congratulations” page for successfully signing up for a “Windows Live”.
- Go back to the “Windows Live Messenger” window and enter the e-mail and password for your “Windows Live” account and then click the “Sign In” button.
“Windows Live Messenger” Functions
“Windows Live Messenger” combines the ability to chat with one or more friends online for fun, work, or both with voice calling, video conference, gaming, and mailing functions. The core of the program has not changed much from the previous versions, but adds a great array of new features that the user can surely benefit from.
With “Windows Live Messenger Latest Versin”, users can add users to their contact list and communicate with them in a one-to-one fashion or a conference instantly. They can express their moods with a great array of emoticons and animations, which can be customized. Users can with “MSN Online” also send short voice messages with only one click. If you get tired of seeing a white screen just with text and animations on it, you can start a video call and begin talking face to face with your contact – add a headset and you have a video chat call.
Other great features in “Mobile Windows Live Messenger 2013 FREE Download” include remote assistance, which allows another user to control your PC temporarily to help you fix a Software problem, carry out a complicated task, or just to have fun; the whiteboard, which allows to write using the mouse as your pen; and application sharing, which lets you share your applications.
Tabs for eBay “Windows Live Messenger”
Once installed, “Windows Live Messenger 2013″ displays a drop-down menu of features along the top, contacts within the center pane, a search box on the bottom, and tabs for eBay, Rhapsody, and other services along the left. Microsoft fans will like the integration with MSN Spaces and the company’s other properties. Also a plus is that “Windows Live Messenger” and Yahoo Live “Messenger” now let you directly connect with buddies who use either tool. To do so in the past, you’d have to use a tool such as Trillian.
We like “Windows Live Messenger New Version” Sharing Folders feature, which lets you to transfer files to and from your buddy’s computer by displaying a mirror of each others’ files on your desktops. The service can also store hundreds of contacts, and with a Webcam installed, you can make video chats with a full 640×480-pixel screen. In fact, we recommend “Windows Live Messenger’s” video chat over that of other IM tools. Anyone who is entrenched within the Microsoft world will probably be best served by this particular IM client.
Video Messaging with “Windows Live Messenger”
Support full-screen HD video calls with “Windows Live Messenger 2013 FREE Download” allows you to. In addition, recording video messages can share with your friends. With an increasing use of social networking in mind the only area in different networks can communicate with your friends as we face the new version of a brand new messaging Software, online videos watch, continuously monitors the status of your friends will be able to check e-mail, the new Hotmail. Post your comments, photos, and tastes will be sufficient to use only “Windows Live Messenger Update” to share. Shares held in the forefront of web and mobile integration of “Windows Live Messenger” is ready to respond to all requests.
PROS “MSN Online”
- Faceook, Myspace, LinkedIn, social network integration
- Mobile and web support
Cons “Windows Live Messenger”
- An interface more complicated than before
- Has no support for Windows XP
- Twitter does not offer support
Post date : Dezember 24th, 2012 07:15 PM | Update date : Mai 14th, 2013 07:45 PM