Windows Live Messenger, originally known as MSN messenger, was one of the very first instant-In this age of instant communication, there is a demand for internet-based messaging programs. Despite its popularity on many platforms including Windows, Xbox 360, Xboxes, and macOS desktops, it was extremely popular. 30 million people used Bing in 2009, according to Microsoft. Nevertheless, there are no users for the software today. Why is this?
A variety of features went into the chat program, soon came to other messaging platforms. social media integration, offline messaging, the ability to stay "hidden" to some viewers while online to others, games, photo and video support, and many more bells and whistles that truly made it unique for the time. However, as technology advanced and other programs (like Skype) took the stage, Windows Live Messenger was used less and less. Due to Microsoft's acquisition of Skype, the program officially retired, and now Skype is an official feature of Windows Messenger.
Although the product was discontinued for no apparent reason, it did not suffer from poor quality. Despite the fact that it was once one of the most successful chat apps, Windows Live Messenger suddenly ceased to exist when it was no longer able to support smart devices as it had in the past. Updating each few years or so, it is not shocking that the software has since discontinued support for Yet other technology took Windows Live Messenger's spotlight away, making it redundant and ending it.
Software is no longer widely used these days. You will no longer be able to attempt this. In the past few months, several attempts have been made to save the platform, but none have succeeded. Please don't give up. I really appreciate the service. There were no new platforms at that time, but nowadays, it is so easily accessible through so many other social networking platforms. As a true chat app, Windows Live Messenger deserves to be part of history.
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