This removes the messenger service which is completely seperate from windows messenger. The messenger service allows you to send messages on your network using the net send command.skascht said:Control panel, administrative tools, services,messenger, stop and disable in xp
I would but it doesnt include BT communicator im not really keen on using 3rd party software where as i can use the makers softwarebassmadrigal said:Or you can just use Gaim. It does Yahoo, MSN, AOL, ICQ, IRC, Jabber and the list goes on... http://gaim.sourceforge.net
Well to each his own...hybriduk said:I would but it doesnt include BT communicator im not really keen on using 3rd party software where as i can use the makers software
BT communicator is a program that allows you to make calls from any computer and it bills your BT telephone bill i didnt really want Yahoo messenger but BT communicator was built in to Yahoo Messenger with BT communicatorbassmadrigal said:Well to each his own...
Don't know much about BT communicator (this is what happens when you live in the US). But if you use a lot of different messaging programs (like me? ) these all in ones are really nice.
I actually like this better than the other software because 1. obviously i only need one program. 2. This one has a small footprint vs anyone of the other major im programs. There are somethings that I wish could transfer over, like in Yahoo when it says that they are playing a game somewhere and you can join them in the IM. Oh well now I just have to ask.