(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – Ages ago, Dr. Victor Frankenstein brought a creature back to life; and now you can too.
Developers have given the now-defunct Windows Live Messenger a new chance. How? It comes in the form of a program called Messenger Reviver 2.
“Messenger Reviver 2 automatically installs, repairs and/or modifies Windows Live Messenger 2012, 2011, 2009, and 2008 as well as Windows Messenger to continue signing in despite being blocked by Microsoft,” explains Jonathan Kay of MessengerGeek.
While we definitely think Skype is the way to go nowadays, if you’re still missing Messenger, you might want to consider this alternative.
Microsoft announced Messenger’s demise last November – a move that way initially made way for upon the company’s purchase of Skype in 2011.