Windows Live Messenger Vs. Skype, Google Talk, Yahoo, Icq Eetc.

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Sebbene non sia possibile utilizzare Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 beta per il download a questo punto nel tempo, ci sono le anteprime messe a disposizione da Microsoft.

Offrono sufficienti informazioni sul prossimo rilascio di WLM, almeno per dare un assaggio di ciò che sta arrivando.

Una parte di informazioni sono sul sito di Windows Live Messenger con la tabella di confronto competitivo.

Il confronto riguarda la prossima versione di Windows Live Messenger, client IM e rivali come Yahoo Messenger, Skype, Google Chat e Google Talk, ICQ, AIM e Facebook.

La conclusione, che si può essere immediatamente trarre dal grafico è che Windows Live Messenger è di gran lunga superiore a soluzioni alternative, come Skype, Google Chat e Google Talk, ICQ, AIM e Facebook grafico che allego come immagine.

Caratteristiche di Windows Live Messengere Wave 4 Preview:

“• Tabbed conversations – You can manage all your chats in one location so you can juggle multiple conversations in one place rather than having multiple windows popping up.

• Integration of Bing results – Bing search results are integrated, making it easier to add photos and videos from across the Web without having to leave the conversation window.

• High-definition (HD) video chat – Meaningful conversations are enhanced by allowing you to see and hear your friends. The new Messenger provides HD video chat, helping you experience video chats so you can share photos while chatting and see your friends’ reactions in real time and in full screen.

• Video message – If your friends are offline and you have a webcam, leave them a video message, which is just like a voice mail but in the form of a quick video that will be waiting for them when they sign in.

• Badges – Show your affiliation with an organization or social cause and have this show up next to your name when it fans out to your friends.

• Games – More games in Messenger let you play with your friends, earn achievements and brag about your wins.

• Get Messenger on the Web – When you’re away from your PC or can’t install Messenger at work, you can still stay connected at

• Windows Live Hotmail integration – If you’re one of over 200 million people who use both Hotmail and Messenger, you can now see who’s online and easily start a chat right from your inbox.

• Messenger Companion – This add-in for Windows Internet Explorer detects when you’re on a website that one of your friends has shared content from and surfaces that update so you can instantly view it and comment right back.

• Messenger Connect – Through the Messenger Connect program, any website owner can integrate Messenger right into the site — including contacts, presence, chat, feeds and more.

• Messenger for the Windows Phone, iPhone and Blackberry – Get a great Messenger experience on these smartphones including accessing your contacts, seeing your social updates, starting a chat conversation, sharing photos and updating your status. Messenger often comes pre-installed on the phone, but if not just head over to the phone’s application marketplace.

• SMS – Connect your mobile phone number to Messenger so your friends’ instant messages sent from a PC are converted to SMS messages on your phone (and vice versa).

• Mobile browsing – Easily keep up with Messenger social updates and share what you’re doing. Standard mobile rates apply when using Messenger on a mobile device.

• Connect your other networks – Messenger lets you bring together your friends, communications and updates from top social networking and sharing websites right into Messenger.

• Share Web activities – Your friends can share updates of their Web activity from sites they’re part of so you don’t have to create accounts and networks in all those places.

• Receive social updates from Hotmail – Messenger will also pull all the social updates sitting in your Hotmail inbox right into Messenger so you don’t have to go to two places.

• Single contact list – By bringing all these networks and updates together, Messenger will also do the work to de-duplicate those contacts and give you one master list of friends with all the different ways to communicate and share content with them (across those different networks).

• Favorites – Your favorites are friends that you’ve specified as being most important. Messenger prioritizes them in your friend list so they show up at the top, and it prioritizes them in your social updates so that photos, updates and other data from them also rise to the top.

• Highlights – This new view of your social updates is designed around those “favorite” people and making their social updates gain prominence, which helps reduce the noise and clutter from those people who are less important.

• Inline commenting – Whether it’s Messenger updates or things you’ve pulled in from one of your networks, you’ll be able to comment right inline and have that post back to wherever the update came from.

• Richer status updates – Messenger has always made it easy to share text updates. Now, when you type in a URL, Messenger grabs a snippet of that Web page and makes it easy to share it, or if you drag in a photo or video, Messenger will let you add a caption and share that with your friends.

• Synchronized status updates – When you post an update, you can have Messenger automatically synchronize that update with your other networks and vice versa.

• Simple privacy settings – Easily get started by choosing from one of three default privacy profiles, which are the most common ways that consumers like to share their data. The default will not expose your personal data to the public.

• Advanced controls – Of course, if you want to get more granular, easy-to-use controls let you set detailed sharing preferences by each specific piece of data.

• Manage your contacts – You can create categories such as Friends or Co-workers to easily organize your address book and to serve as groups to share things with or even as just a distribution list to communicate with and set permissions around.

• Availability by category – Once you have those categories, it’s easy to choose your presence availability by category so you can be offline to one set of friends while you’re online to another — letting you decide who can reach you in real time.

• View permissions – You can see exactly what you’re sharing with a specific person and what personal information, photos, docs and other content they have access to.”



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