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A little bit of information about MSN Messenger

MSN Messenger started it's life in 1999. The first version was very basic with only plain text messaging and a simplistic contact list. The first released also included access support for the AIM network, however a number of blocking attempts by AOL finally lead Microsoft to remove the feature.

The second version of the software included a rotating advertising banner. It also allowed users to customize the appearance of the chat window. Version two was also included as an installion option with Windows ME.

MSN Messenger evolved through versions three and four to support VOIP, and an updated interface. With the release of Windows XP the current version of 4.6 was still only compatible with Windows 9x, ME, NT 2000. Therefore a version called Windows Messenger 4 was released for Windows XP users.

More features such as winks and more customizable features were included with version four to seven. Microsoft also intergated support for the .NET passport service, which allowed users to build an online profile for all .NET services.

MSN Messenger finally ended it's life with version 7.5, to be replaced with Windows Live Messenger. The banding change was inline for Microsoft's release of Windows Vista. Microsoft also has support for a web based client, allowing users to sign in via a web browser. There is also support for Windows Mobile devices.