Friday, August 20, 2010

Windows Live Messenger And Facebook

windows Live Messenger and Facebook
Windows Live Messenger introduces latest feature, from which user are able to send and receive instant messages from well known social networking website, Facebook. Microsoft is the first to introduce this feature which directly connect to your Facebook account.

If you are a Facebook and MSN freak than this new feature will really works great for you. It works as fast as Facebook chat and easy to work with. It's part of an effort by the folks in Redmond to evolve Messenger from purely an instant-messaging program to a social hub with activity feeds, video chat, and other connection options.

The addition of the Facebook Chat connection comes as part of an update to the test versions of the next generation of Windows Live programs. Not all users will get the Facebook chat feature at once; Microsoft is starting with the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, and Brazil.

Microsoft is also updating the other "essentials" programs including Windows Live Photo Gallery, Writer, Movie Maker, Sync, and Family Safety.

Microsoft first outlined the "Wave 4" update to Windows Live in June. Among the big changes are the addition of facial recognition and other new features that will become part of the photo editing program.

Microsoft said the downloads should be available later Tuesday. As for the final release of the new Windows Live, Microsoft director Dharmesh Mehta said that it is planned for the next couple of months. "It's not that far off".

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