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Microsoft discontinued Windows Live Messenger (previously known as MSN Messenger) in April 2013. The product is now only supported in mainland China, so outside of China, it is unlikely to find someone who still uses Mes... More »

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To download the English version of MSN Messenger, navigate to Microsoft.com and click the Products link, click Software More »

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