Microsoft Smart Screen Filter is a feature present in Internet Explorer and other Microsoft products such as the Windows Live Messenger. It is a meant to protect users against web and social engineering threats. This Filter scans links that are accessed in a Windows Live application and opens them in the default browser. One reason that this warning pops up so frequently is because Microsoft reminds its users to protect Continue Reading →
As we all know Microsoft has mashed up Microsoft Accounts with Skype, which means that you can now login to Skype using your Microsoft account and even merge your Microsoft and Skype I.D.s. If you are confused as to how you can login to Skype by Using a Microsoft account, then see the simple guide given below.
Facebook chat has become an important tool for keeping people connected. Facebook is not only used by common users but is also being widely being used by entrepreneurs to promote their business and to collaborate with existing and potential clients. Back in the day such tasks were performed via instant messengers such as MSN (Windows Live) and Yahoo messenger, however Facebook Chat has changed all that. Whether you are an Continue Reading →
InstantBird is a cross-platform multi messenger for Windows, Mac and Linux, with Twitter integration. It supports Facebook chat, Google Talk, AIM, MSN, Yahoo Messenger, ICQ, IRC, Jabber and many more messengers. Unlike most multi-messengers, you can also use add-ons to enhance InstantBird features. All chat conversations are added in convenient tabs for easy integration for chat tabs from across multiple messengers.