Windows Live Essentials Wave 3 compulsory update coming soon

If you are using Windows Live Essentials on Windows XP, or are still using a pre-2011 version of Windows Live Essentials (including Messenger), starting this week, you’ll see a required update that is rolling out in all 48 languages. This minor update to Windows Live Messenger and the other Windows Live Essentials programs includes a set of important security updates, performance improvements, targeted bug fixes, and some other, minor changes.

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One Comment on "Windows Live Essentials Wave 3 compulsory update coming soon"

  1. Steve Clarke says:

    Compulsory update? No thanks. Skype now does all that messenger did, and we trust skype more in our house. I have three laptops all telling me I must update or no longer use msn messenger. If that’s the choice, bye bye microsoft messenger… I’m not going to be dictated to. If I get much more of this it’ll be ubuntu for me. The only reason I haven’t already migrated is because I’m too lazy. But I have run ubuntu in the past, and it’s quite easy to get up and running compared to early versions of windoze. Ubuntu, open office, thunderbird and firefox, should make me a fast, reliable and more secure computer.