Yesterday, I’ve discovered new post at Skype blog, that Skype will replace Windows Live Messenger soon. When Microsoft bought Skype many of us was thinking: why? They paid to much for the product which they already poses – Windows Live Messenger. It seems that the story will be finished now. According to the blog information in near feature Microsoft will integrate Windows Live Messenger into Skype and It will become main communication platform for Windows environment. From my point of view it’s end of some IT story, as Windows Live Messenger was a part of Windows systems for so long and it difficult to imagine Windows installation without it… Of course on other hand I will need only one solution to be in touch with friends or customers, instead two just like now. I just hope that Microsoft will add some missing features to Skype, before Windows Live Messenger will be retired.
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