This is our weekly “Windows 10 news recap” series where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s latest operating system. This recap is especially exciting because of all the announcements surrounding Windows 10 and its Creators Update as well as multiple application updates.
Its finally that time. The time Live Messenger is phased out for Skype. If you are a Live Messenger user, here is a tutorual put together by Microsoft to help you make the transition with ease.
Piero Sierra: We’re excited to announce today that Facebook chat is now available to over 75 million more Messenger customers worldwide, wherever Facebook is available.
In November, we gave an update on Messenger powering over 1.5 billion minutes of Facebook chat. Since then, the number of Messenger customers who have connected Messenger to Facebook has grown over 75% to nearly 18 million people. The addition of these new connections has nearly doubled the number of chat sessions between Messenger and Facebook to about 440 million, powering more than 2.8 billion minutes of Facebook chat. We expect even more progress with the availability of Facebook chat from Messenger to the remaining countries we’re releasing this feature to today.
For those that use Messenger for Mac, a new version came out of beta today.
At the end of September, MobileTechWorld.com reported that Windows Live Messenger (WLM) was coming t