Windows Live is a new set of Internet software and services designed to put you in control of the information, relationships and interests you care about. Windows Live will make it easier for you to connect with people, and to quickly find the information you need, more safely and securely, whether you’re on your PC or on the go.
Windows Live Mail beta
- It’s all new web mail, built from the ground up. Preview your e-mail without loading a new page each time (like Outlook) drag and drop messages into folders, and generally power through your e-mail in a flash.
Windows Live Safety Center beta
- It’s like taking your PC in for a tune up at the service station. If the service station was free and available 24/7. Get free on-demand virus cleaning and a comprehensive PC health checkup to help keep your PC running its best.
Windows Live Favorites beta
- You are away from your own computer and want to get to the important sites you use everyday? No problem, now that your Internet Explorer Favorites can travel with you.
Windows Live Messenger beta
- This will be the next-generation MSN Messenger. The name is new, but it will still be free to download Messenger and use most of its features. And there will be some remarkable new ways to instantly share and connect with friends.
Windows OneCare Live beta
- The things you should have to help protect your PC, but probably don’t because they’re such a hassle. Stuff like virus scanning, firewall settings, tune ups, and software backups—tied up with a bow and delivered to you in a friendly, easy-to-use package that runs quietly in the background.
Windows Live Search beta-mobile
- Picture this: You search for a restaurant with your phone, then click on the result to be connected immediately. Plus, you can see detailed maps, driving directions, and more—all formatted to fit the screen on your mobile device.
Posted by Lee at 10:02 PM