aMSN is a free open source portable MSN Messenger clone, which runs right out of the box. With aMSN you can chat or video chat […]
Here is a nice skin, themed for Halloween. You may want to check it out and see how your Windows Live Messenger looks. Halloween Theme for […]
Windows Live Messenger 2009 has a number of Command Line Parameters available that you can use to start actions within Messenger without opening it up.
If you find that, for some reason, your Windows Love Live Messenger forgets to remember your Windows Live IDs after a Windows restart, you may […]
Windows Live™ Web Messenger lets you chat online with your friends and family using just a web browser! Windows Live users in Singapore now have […]
IM-History is a web service that enables all Instant Messengers (IM) users to manage their contacts and access their chat histories online. The user-friendly solution […]
Match your Windows 7 Desktop with your Windows Live Messenger with these 5 amazing customization packs from Microsoft.
What do you do when you find that your Windows Live Messenger is giving out errors and you are at your wits end to resolve […]
In the earlier versions of Windows Live Messenger, when you clicked on the Mail icon or button, Internet Explorer would automatically open up and log […]
Instant messaging from the web is here! Now you can send instant messages from the Windows Live Hotmail and People pages! This means that, even […]
HiYo, from Incredimail, is a free add-on for Windows Live Messenger, giving you tons of cool Winks, Emoticons, Animations, Sound FX, Display Pictures (Avatars), Nudges, […]
If you have several Windows Live ID’s and if you prefer to logon into Messenger with more than one of them, then you can hack […]
If you want to find out if any of your Windows Live Messenger contacts or friends have deleted or blocked or removed your name, from […]
Microsoft no longer provides stand-alone installers for Windows Live for direct download. You have to download it and other Live products through Windows Live Installer. […]
In Windows 7, unlike in Windows Vista, the Messenger icon does not stay in the Notification area, but in the central part of the taskbar. […]