Microsoft has released many programs and applications for making the tech lives of their customers easy. One such application from Microsoft used for communication purposes is Windows Live messenger. It is a popular email messaging program that has many features and functions. You just need to sign in to your Windows Live account, if you want to make use of the Windows Live Messenger. Moreover, this will also help you access some other features of Live Messenger like Family Safety and Photo gallery. The access to Hotmail will also be available, if you sign up for the Windows Live email. Well, given below are some easy instructions from the Windows Live support team for joining Windows Live messenger service.
- Double click on the shortcut icon for your web browser and navigate to the homepage of Windows Live messenger.
- At the top of the webpage, you will see an option called Messenger. Click on it. Next, you need to download it to your Windows computer. After finishing the download, you need to install it on your computer.
- After the installation, you need to start the MSN messenger application and on the login screen, you need to click on the button labeled Sign Up.
- Now a window will be opened on your screen where you need to provide email address, if you already have one or you need to create a new one by clicking the option called Get a Windows Live email, if you do not have one.
- Next, you need to click the option Create a password.
- In the available window, you need to enter your personal information like first name, last name, country, state, postal code, gender and the year of birth.
- Now a captcha code will appear on the screen. Enter it. You can click on the option called New, if you do not understand the code that appeared on the screen. You can also seek the audio help by clicking the Audio button.
- To finish the registration, you need to click on the option called I accept.
- Next, you need to login to the Windows Live messenger by providing your email address and password in the appropriate fields.