Windows Live Messenger will disappear on March 15 to make way for Skype

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As of March 15 the famous instant messaging service Windows Live Messenger from Microsoft will disappear . Users affected by this measure may communicate with their contacts by messages or video calls via Skype, Microsoft built in the past year .

The technology company and provides a single platform for the following communication: video calls, VoIP calls and instant messages from your computer and mobile device.

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Last November, Microsoft announced the disappearance of his Messenger and invited its members to make the transition to Skype . Now the company has once again sent an electronic notification that puts the final closure date, reports France Presse.

“On 15 March 2013 will retire existing messaging service worldwide (excluding mainland China) and will bring together the great features of Messenger and Skype. Update to Skype and sign in with a Microsoft (it same as your Messenger ID) and all your Messenger contacts are at your fingertips . You can use instant messaging and video chat as before, and also discover new ways to keep in touch with Skype on mobile and ‘tablet , ‘”the statement said collecting agency Efe.

The user account on Microsoft may access their own data to Skype , but must first download the application from the Skype website. The Windows Live Messenger contacts will remain in the account information, so you do not need to add them again.

The technology company began a period of change last year when it renewed its Hotmail email service. The new Outlook features a revamped interface and direct access to Skydrive cloud.

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