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Monday, March 20, 2006

Windows Live Messenger Beta goes public ( multilingual too)

Microsoft has silently enabled access to the latest Windows Live Messenger Beta for all passports. This means that from now on you won't need an invitation in order to be able to log in. We expect the MSN pages to soon reflect this news and market the WLM Beta to all of their visitors worldwide.
I’ve been beta testing this for some time and I believe you will find the upgrade worthwhile.Windows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 EnglishWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 DutchWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 SpanishWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 GermanWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 FrenchWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 JapaneseWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 KoreanWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 Brazilian PortugeseWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 Chinese (Traditional)Windows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 Chinese (Simplified)Windows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 PolishWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 RussianWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 DanishWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 FinnishWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 GreekWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 HungarianWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 ItalianWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 ArabianWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 SlovenianWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 SlovakWindows Live Messenger Beta 8.0.0566 Turkish

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