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Microsoft To Shut Down Windows Live Messenger on 2013

Microsoft has announced that the Windows Live Messenger will be shut down on March, 2013. Windows Live Messenger's contacts will be allowed to be migrated to Skype.

One of the reasons it is being shut down can be that according to reports, Windows Live Messenger's users dropped about 47% between 2010 to 2012. Another possible reason can be because that Microsoft bought Skype in 2011, so they want to focus on one product, rather than have rivalry between two of their own.

An announcement made on the official website of Skype:
''We've got good news to share! Skype and Messenger are coming together. Millions of Messenger users will be able to reach their Messenger friends on Skype. By updating to Skype, Messenger users can instant message and video call their Messenger friends.”

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Wednesday, November 07, 2012