However, if neither of these are particularly important to you then version 7 might still be useful to you. Of course, whichever version you choose, you still have to sign in using your Hotmail or Windows Live account. Once installed, the first thing you'll see is that Microsoft Messenger 7 offers a slightly updated interface to version 6. Messenger 7 offers Bonjour support, so you can detect and connect with users on the same local network as you.
Download Winebottler For Mac Os X Free. Microsoft Messenger for Mac is one of the most popular chat protocols on the entire internet that is actively used by over 330 million people each month. Mac version of this popular chat client supports both old Power PC based computers and modern Intel Mac, enabling you to communicate without problems with your loved ones, co-workers and.
Features like sending files, displaying a picture or emoticons are unchanged. You can change your display name and add a personal message just by clicking on them. One new feature is that you can give nicknames to your friends. Just click on their display name and start typing.
We also liked the search feature, which is really handy to quickly find a contact or email address. It's obvious that this upgrade is aimed at corporate users as they get the most significant updates though. The highly touted audio and video feature, with which you can have video conferences with your contacts, is only available to them. The same goes with detailed presence information, as you'll need a version of Office Communications Server 2007 to use it. Corporate users will love the new features in Messenger for Mac 7, like Bonjour Support, detailed presence information and especially audio and video. General users will find barely anything different from version 6 and should download. By Anonymous Messenger8.
Very limited features compare to messenger for windows/pc, it keep on change my profile name, i can. Very limited features compare to messenger for windows/pc, it keep on change my profile name, i can not see the pictures of all my contacts, it can not send nudge, So So borring reminds me of the earlier version of messenger for windows/pc (which was launch 9 or 10 years ago ) It's so ancient compare to messenger for PC, the only difference is Messenger8 can use camera which sometimes doesnt works properly i wish i bought a windows7 instead of mac to upgrade my 6 years old laptop, cause i use live messenger alot to communicate with my family and friends reviewed on June 16, 2010 •.
By Anonymous very basic but better than V8 beta!:(. Basically - Crap! No video / webcam or audio support. Very very basi.
Very basic but better than V8 beta! Mac Os X 10.9 Mavericks Install Dvd Retail Download there. :(. Basically - Crap!
No video / webcam or audio support. Very very basic. However, I tried the beta V8 and that was no better! The video support is claimed as being the new feature (finally.!) doesn't actually work! I got audio to work when trying to use my webcam which is a start, but that's all, but the sacrifice is that any slightly custom emoticons don't work, you'll just get a small square where it would normally be. Still no winks, no file sharing and personal photo's will not be displayed.
All for what? Video that doesn't work but instead the audio does. I'm going back to V7 until they get it right.
Pros: basic text chat only Cons: no video no audio no winks not able to save any settings like personal photo's or status remarks. No nothin (but basic text messaging) reviewed on May 10, 2010 •. By Anonymous It's doing my head in to be honest! Every time i open it im lucky if it stays on longer than five seconds it co. It's doing my head in to be honest!
Every time i open it im lucky if it stays on longer than five seconds it completely freezes and the timer appears, which means you have to force quit it. This new one has been released but for me its worse than the old one and im sick of it:/ Pros: none it doesn't stay on long enough for me to even try webcams Cons: literally everything reviewed on April 11, 2010 •. By Anonymous if I held my breath for v8 having PPC support, I might pass out. I'm currently stuck with Messenger v7 as I'm a. If I held my breath for v8 having PPC support, I might pass out. I'm currently stuck with Messenger v7 as I'm a PPC user. However, if v8 comes out of beta with PPC support, I'll be happy.
Currently, the beta is Intel only, leaving me out. It's funny how my Yahoo client has webcam support, but Microsoft isn't opening it up for me. Reviewed on April 1, 2010 • • Articles about Messenger for Mac.