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Windows Live Messenger (previously known as MSN messenger) to retired for Skype

Discussion in In The News started by Bender Bending Rodriguez, Nov 6, 2012

  1. Jun 11, 2012
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    • Informative Informative x 1
    • Jul 8, 2012
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      Sad. I loved Live Messenger.
    • Apr 9, 2012
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      Finally, I didn't even used that program for about 10 years now lolz xD
    • May 14, 2011
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      Facsinating
    • Jan 11, 2012
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      nvm.. R.I.P. MSN
    • Feb 14, 2012
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      Skype is a superior application anyways now that they own both there is no reason to waste money maintaining both.
    • Jul 4, 2011
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      This makes me sad.
      • Agree Agree x 1
      • Jul 8, 2012
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        True. But I still miss MSN.
      • Nov 11, 2011
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        Long live

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      • Feb 14, 2012
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        Steam friends destroyed XFire.
        • Like Like x 1
        • Nov 11, 2011
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          Actually, the day Steam came out with Steam friends, I was ecstatic. lol. But Xfire still brings back nostalgia.
        • Jun 11, 2012
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          Steam does well for what Skype does for non-gaming communication. Also you can call people phones on Skype and have a text chat if you like, something googles has been chasing for a while now.

          I need a nexus hub with steam chat, skype, gtalk. Digsby close but not yet there.
        • Apr 9, 2007
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          Interesting about China...
        • Jul 8, 2012
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          I agree. Interesting that china is being kept.


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        • Feb 21, 2007
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          must be popular over there. I personally, was never a fan of MSN.
        • Jun 11, 2012
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          They may have services tied to MSN, like Tencent QQ where you can use it for music, games, or to purchase things over there. Or maybe there is a population of +1 Billion people in China and Microsoft found they were getting a lot more traffic there so they decided to keep the service running there.