Microsoft published several weeks ago the final version of the new Windows live measuringclose. After the first expenditure exhibited still some smaller errors, few thereafter days without much attention an actualization was made. With the new version some problems might have been eliminated.
In the version 8.0.0812 the installation routine was changed, so that now optionally also the Windows live Toolbar in their final version can be installed. This is to make the different Windows live services over the Browser accessible, functioned however only with the Internet Explorer.
-Call their phones. Call their PCs.
Call your friends' mobile or landline phones. It's affordable both within the US and internationally. And calling someone's PC is always free.
-See them on the screen
Show and tell: Grab a webcam and start a video conversation within minutes.
Set up a Sharing Folder with a friend. Drop in photos and other stuff, as many as your computer can handle. See it even when one of you is offline.
-New: talk to your Yahoo! friends, too
With Windows Live Messenger, you can now connect with your Yahoo! Messenger with Voice contacts. Forget needing multiple accounts to talk to your friends. Do it all from Windows Live Messenger. The world's largest IM network has just gotten bigger – and better
Windows Live™ Messenger - talk to Yahoo! contacts
What it is
With Windows Live™ Messenger, you can talk to your Yahoo! contacts. Forget needing multiple accounts to talk to all your contacts—you’ll be able to see when they’re online and communicate with them from one place. Try sending and receiving messages while you appear to be offline. And if you really are offline, your contacts can still send you messages—you’ll get them next time you log in.
More about Windows Live Messenger
Windows Live Messenger is the next-generation MSN Messenger. It has everything you already love about Messenger—your contact list, emoticons, and instant access to your contacts via text, voice, and video—plus a lot of cool new stuff like inexpensive PC-to-Phone Calling, Sharing Folders, Windows Live Contacts, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I start sending messages to contacts who use Yahoo! Messenger with Voice?
Once you sign up, you can add Yahoo! Messenger contacts to your contact list in the usual way. Under “Contacts,” click “Add a contact” and enter your contact's Yahoo! e-mail address. That’s it!
Does this work with all my Yahoo! contacts?
Yes. As long as your contacts have the beta version of Yahoo! Messenger with Voice, you’re set. When you add them to your contact list, they’ll get all the information they need to gear up and connect with you.
• Multimedia PC
• Pentium 233 MHz process (500 MHz recommended)
• Microsoft Windows XP
• Minimum 128 MB of RAM (256 MB recommended)
• Up to 50 MB of hard disk space for installation, 15 MB to run the program.
• Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 SP1 or later must be installed on your computer, though it does not need to be your default.
• Minimum 800 x 600 screen resolution
Messenger Plus! Live 4.01.240
Mess Patch for Windows Live Messenger 8.0.0812