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Microsoft upgrades Windows Live portal

Microsoft is expanding its Windows Live online services over the next several weeks, including adding social networking features that will make the portal for consumers more Facebook-like, such as new photo-sharing capabilities and links to other Web sites like Twitter and LinkedIn.The move may bring Windows Live into closer competition with Facebook — ironic, given that Microsoft invested $240 million in the popular online service last year. Microsoft said Windows Live has more than 460 million users. With the enhanced Windows Live, users will be able to add third-party sites like LinkedIn, Flickr, Photobucket and Twitter to their profiles through a new “What’s New” feed.

Microsoft is also upgrading the messaging and e-mail services in Windows Live. Windows Live Messenger will offer more personalization capabilities, drag-and-drop photo sharing, a favorites list for the most important contacts, group IM for chatting with up to 20 people simultaneously, and updates from contacts through the What’s New feed. Windows Live Hotmail, which has 375 million active customers, will be faster and offer spam filtering that is 80 percent more effective, according to Microsoft. The system will allow users to bring multiple e-mail accounts together and put multiple e-mail addresses onto one device. The amount of online data storage provided by the service is being increased from 5 gigabytes to 25 gigabytes.

Source: CRN

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  1. Billy
    November 14th, 2008 | 16:35

    Gief the old portal back plx.

  2. Stunna
    November 14th, 2008 | 16:39

    so wat ?

  3. stevenbhoy
    November 14th, 2008 | 16:41

    annoying popup just popped up there asking me to intergrate facebook with msn when i was reading this ….feck off and leave me alone.

  4. LK
    November 14th, 2008 | 18:55

    Microsoft… Where no good idea goes unstolen.

    L

  5. DegJ
    November 14th, 2008 | 19:55

    Must say that the new portal is a big step forward, its much more ease to use and for people who don’t have much computer usage will probably like it.

  6. yu[
    November 15th, 2008 | 01:06

    this is good news… finally windows live is getting more attention from Microsoft lets see if they come up with others features…

  7. Randy
    November 15th, 2008 | 01:54

    Yea and now Google Chrome cannot make anymore new emails in windows live..

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