Windows Live Messenger goes Public

Kind of.. are reporting that

Microsoft has silently enabled access to the latest

Windows Live Messenger Beta for all passports. This means that from now on you won't need an invitation in order to be able to log in. We expect the

MSN pages to soon reflect this news and market the WLM Beta to all of their visitors worldwide.

Together with this change, version

8.0.0566 of the

Windows Live Messenger Beta has been made available in a multitude of

extra languages (as announced in last week's Beta chat).

Beta testers might also notice that the irritating 'Invite all your friends!" message is no longer something we all have to wake up to.

Download: Windows Live Messenger 8 English

Link: More download links Multi language

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