Windows Live Messenger 2011 second public beta released


Posted by absorbation on Tue 17 Aug 2010 (22:13 GMT) (37117 views)
The public beta of Windows Live Essentials Wave 4, which includes Windows Live Messenger was updated this evening, addressing several bugs while adding new features to the previous build.

Most significantly Messenger now includes full Facebook intergration, allowing you and your Facebook friends to talk between clients, a feature heavily requested and even implemented by third party developers:



According to the Inside Windows Live blog:
  • Messenger is quicker at loading information, signing in and uses 30% less CPU for video messaging
  • Facebook intergration has been further implemented, starting today in the US, UK, France, Brazil, Germany, and Russia


More information soon.


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Comments:


Comment by A-Gh
Posted on Fri 22 Apr 2011 (11:29 GMT)
in the "highlights" of social updates, the infos of some persone upragde always to the top of list even if their updates wasent recent!
This is mean that he is appearing offline?
or this is because that persone is added as one of my favorites?
I need an answer please ..
Thanks in advance..


Comment by andrea
Posted on Sat 23 Oct 2010 (22:11 GMT)
i hate the new messenger 2011, make plus soon please, and make skins or at least let me change the backfround in the chat


Comment by WizardCM
Posted on Tue 28 Sep 2010 (01:55 GMT)
Facebook chat integration is currently US-only I think, seeing as I'm in Australia and it doesn't work.

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