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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 & Services, and then click Free Downloads and Security. Scroll down, select MSN from the drop-down m... More »

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Unfortunately, Windows Live Messenger, also known as MSN Messenger, was phased out on March 15, 2013 in every market except mainland China. Most markets have been migrated to Skype, a service similar to MSN Messenger. It... More »

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Unfortunately, Windows Live Messenger, also known as MSN Messenger, was phased out on March 15, 2013 in every market except mainland China. Most markets have been migrated to Skype, a service similar to MSN Messenger. It... More »

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As of April 2013, Windows Live Messenger does not offer any service because it was discontinued by Microsoft. As an alternative, the program integrated into Skype. Skype offers its users services such as audio, instant m... More »

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As of April 2013, Hotmail users must log into their email accounts through Microsoft’s upgraded email service, Outlook.com. Typing Hotmail.com into a Web browser now automatically forwards a user to the new Outlook.com l... More »

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To change your Yahoo Messenger password, you need to know your current Yahoo ID and password before you continue. Go to the account sign-in page, type your ID and password, and click Enter. Click Change Password, enter y... More »

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