This article will provide a step-by-step guide to installing Windows Messenger, and signing up for a .NET Passport account.
Windows Live Services, Tips, Tweaks and Troubleshooting: Optimizing Your Online Experience With The Windows Live Suite
Windows Live is a collection of online services and software applications from Microsoft which operate independently or combine seamlessly to offer an enriched online presence for the end user or group. Windows Live aims to ‘Connect, Share and Protect’ and as such the product and service portfolio covers many PC user requirements. From Windows Live Messenger, Photo Gallery, Spaces, OneCare, Hotmail and Writer. In this topic we take a look at the very latest developments in the Windows Live suite, and explore those services that are well established. Offering hints, tips and troubleshooting techniques to help make your PC and web presence run safer and faster, while giving you control over your shared resources and communications.
OneCare boasts more than just malware protection. It offers clean-ups of your system, in turn making sure it performs the way it should be. You’re given a full 90 days to try their product for free. Is it convincing enough to purchase a subscription? Or should users look elsewhere?
Your computer is having issues, and you just don’t know how to fix them. But, your good friend Jane in another state could easily help! If only she could see and run your computer to not only fix the issues, but to show you how to fix them as well! Read on to find out more!
Windows Live OneCare Family Safety is a new subscription service from Microsoft, specifically for the home PC environment. Here we review Windows Live OneCare, a Family PC security subscription service that provides users with control over website access, online communication and content management.
Windows Live Photo Gallery is a simple, free, online Photo and Video management suite from Microsoft. Here we review the Windows Live Photo Gallery and how you can share multimedia – photo’s and video’s, create screensavers and slideshows, and publish projects online for friends and family to share.