Disabling the Windows Live Messenger

Windows Live Messenger is built on a chat client that allows users to stay connected with each other. That allows users to share photos, customize themes or skins of the chat client and send more instant messages to your friends, family and colleagues. The old name is Windows Live Messenger or MSN Messenger only its evolution from a simple text messenger instant messaging PC to phone calls. Windows Messenger has many great features. The following is a list of features.

1. Sharing Folders is an alternative to transfer data directly to the recipient and included an anti-virus that can prevent virus sharing.

2. PC to Phone and PC to PC calls are also allowed, but only available to some countries like UK and USA.

3. Interoperability with Yahoo messenger, which means that a user does not need to create another yahoo account just to send an instant message to users of Yahoo Messenger.

4. Offline messages online is also supported allowing users to send a message to his colleagues and friends offline, and the recipient can receive the message when you use Messenger again. Users can also send a message to friends, whose status is "offline".

5. Games are also available on the messenger, which allows users to challenge friends online in a game.

6. Finally, the support was already released on Xbox 360 and is known as Windows Live Messenger 360. This allows Messenger users to see the player "tags" of your friends who are connected to Xbox Live that also include the game being played.

However, people not using Windows Messenger or do not want automatically when you log online to the Windows operating system can disable the automatic execution of services in the Control Panel window. Just follow the six easy steps below to disable your Live Messenger.

1. Press the Windows button on the keyboard then click the "Control Panel" icon.

2. Click Tools "administrative" and after services.

3. In the list of search services for "Windows Live Messenger" or "Windows Messenger" and double click it.

4. In the "General Tab" search "Startup Type" menu and change the value by clicking the mailbox and the selection of "disability" option in the dropdown box.

5. Click "Apply" and then "Ok" button thereafter.

6. Press Alt-F4 on the keyboard to close the "Services" or click the "x" in the upper right corner of the window.

As the new Windows, Windows Live Messenger should not be initiated automatically. This will allow your team to reallocate resources that are used for Live Messenger to another important process equipment or service.

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