• No. "Windows Messenger is a proprietary instant messaging client included in Microsoft's Windows XP operating system. It is also available for Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003, but will not be included in or supported on Windows Vista. Windows Messenger should not be confused with the similarily-named Windows Live Messenger (formerly known as MSN Messenger), which is a separate instant messaging product available for download from Microsoft. It is also not related to the Messenger Service, which is a component of Microsoft Windows itself."
  • No..both are different
  • i dont think so
  • Hey, iiNSANE, they are two separate services :)

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