Windows® Live Messenger Installation
Installation of Windows® Live Messenger and related considerations
As a provider of technologically driven and innovative products, Windows® never stop in creating highly visual user interfaces and intuitive features for products and applications. Windows Live® Messenger is a part of the Essentials suite for multimedia and communications. Since chatting and file sharing has become an important part of the Internet experience, Windows Live® Messenger is a comprehensive tool that can help you in surfing the Internet. The user before installing Windows Live® Messenger should be sure that it is compatible with your system or not.
Here is a detail information on Windows Live® Messenger
- System requirements
- Features of Windows Live® Messenger
- Things to consider
Windows Live® Messenger works on Windows® XP SP2 32-Bit version, Windows Vista® 32 and 64-Bit, Windows® 7 32 and 64-bit, as well as Windows Server® 2008. The processor should be 1GHz of higher for Vista and Windows® 7 and 800MHz or higher for XP. Screen resolution should be at 1024x768 at a minimum. Internet connection is required. You can use the Internet Explorer® versions 6, 7 and 8. For the Windows® Movie Maker and Slideshow a video card that supports DirectX 9 and Shader Model 2 or higher versions are required. Take note that the 2 Windows® applications do not apply for XP.
Features of Windows Live® Messenger
Windows Live ® Messenger captures connectivity and communication in the most amazing ways possible. It fully integrates multimedia features making connectivity more dynamic and much more fun. The user can enjoy chatting with friends while sharing photos and even videos. Watch movies together and view each other using a high-definition camera. While talking with friends, you can also get a glimpse of new updates on your social networking sites, making your connectivity fully integrated and remarkably superior.
Please consider that to connect using high-definition cameras, both parties should use a high definition camera. In this case, cameras could have additional settings that have to be addressed before being integrated in the system. If you want to share videos, make sure that the Windows Live® Messenger of your friend or connection id Vista® or Windows® 7 because XP cannot utilize the Movie Maker. Same goes with the Slideshow. You should also have rights of an administrator account to install the Windows Live® Messenger. If you are using an existing version of Windows Live® Messenger, you can get update it on the website.