Microsoft will stop the Messenger service in mid - March

Microsoft confirmed earlier this year that it will stop the famous Windows Live service for the Skype instant messaging service and today Microsoft has announced that this decision will be implemented on the 15th of next March, God willing, everyone except China.
Microsoft will stop the Messenger service in mid - March
The company started sending warnings to users on their e-mail inviting them to move to the Skype program, which it recently improved to support logging in Windows Live accounts with the same user contacts displayed in the user account and chat with friends such as previous and video conversations.
Microsoft is seeking to focus on what is best instead of dispersing two instant messaging services. Once this decision is implemented, some 100 million users will move from Windows Live to Skype, which was acquired by Microsoft in May 2011 with a $ 8.5 billion deal.

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