windows messenger



D@annyBoy
07-09-2005, 09:48 PM
installed the latest version and checking help/about and appears no change in
the version number

Jonathan
07-09-2005, 09:48 PM
Windows Messenger and MSN Messenger are two different programs, yet they act
the same. All you do is remove all access to Windows Messenger.

Go to the options and disable it to run at startup. To access MSN Messenger,
click start, go to run, type msnmsgr (not msmsgs) and press enter. Set that
one to start up when your computer starts up. If you don't want it to
automatically start at startup, click Start, Search, find msnmsgr.exe,
right-click, and send to desktop as shortcut.

"D@annyBoy" wrote:

> installed the latest version and checking help/about and appears no change in
> the version number
>
>
>

D@annyBoy
07-09-2005, 09:48 PM
ignore message
me bad
running latest version of windows messenger after all :-)

"Jonathan" <Jonathan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:5C4019A7-B6BC-4544-A501-6F38313F8CE5@microsoft.com...
> Windows Messenger and MSN Messenger are two different programs, yet they act
> the same. All you do is remove all access to Windows Messenger.
>
> Go to the options and disable it to run at startup. To access MSN Messenger,
> click start, go to run, type msnmsgr (not msmsgs) and press enter. Set that
> one to start up when your computer starts up. If you don't want it to
> automatically start at startup, click Start, Search, find msnmsgr.exe,
> right-click, and send to desktop as shortcut.
>
> "D@annyBoy" wrote:
>
>> installed the latest version and checking help/about and appears no change in
>> the version number
>>
>>
>>


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