Skype has completely replaced the old Windows Live Messenger since a few days ago, although many do not like to use Skype. Some users may miss the features added to Messenger, a program that had its peak of millions of users for several years, but had begun to decline before the arrival of the chat in social networks.
If today spears the Windows Live Messenger, you’ll get a message that you will be prompted for download the new version to continue. For those nostalgic for the Messenger, Messenger Reviver installed a patch for that “messenger” still works with versions 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012, despite the blockade of Microsoft and the recommendations to use Skype. Continue reading “Messenger Reviver: Again using Windows Live Messenger”