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Replace Microsoft Messenger for Skype

Postby Thor_pt » Tue Nov 13, 2012 12:35 am

Microsoft dubs the transition of 'the next chapter'. This is to announce that it will end the Messenger applications worldwide, except for China. Therefore, we advise all users of that service to unload Skype. The transition will run until March 2013.

In a blog post from Windows Live Messenger, the service manager, Brian Hall, said that "much has changed for instant messaging and to the Messenger" in recent years, referring to the way people now use networks like Facebook and Twitter.

"Today, we announced that we now encourage all users to upgrade to Messenger by downloading the latest version of Skype. In the coming months, we will remove Messenger applications for all world regions except for mainland China, "wrote the manager application, quoted by Lusa.

In another blog, the division president of Skype, Tony Bates, said that the Messenger application and telephone communications are 'join' and that henceforth 'million Messenger users will be able to talk with friends on Skype '.

"Our goal remains to provide the best communication experience to everyone, everywhere. We want to focus our efforts on making things to be simpler for our users, while improving the overall experience. Let's remove the Messenger in all the countries in the first quarter of 2013 (excluding mainland China), "explained Tony Bates.

According to Brian Hall, Microsoft believes that "Skype provides a better experience and a network even stronger ', adding that is also planned greater interaction with the service of Outlook email.

Microsoft acquired in May 2011 the company that owned Skype, a service of telephone and online textual communication, by 5.9 billion euros.

In August this year, Microsoft announced that it would convert the Hotmail electronic mail service into a new and redesigned Outlook, failing to provide the a process that will end with that progressively domain.
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