MSN (Live) Messenger
Old Version of MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)
Selected Version
MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
License
Freeware (Proprietary)
Release Date
06 August, 2009 (5 years ago )

Sponsored Links

Download MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)
MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)

MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline) (134.85 MB)

okay 0 scans reported this version clean

Sponsored Links

System Requirements of MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
Additional Requirements

  • Minimum 800 MHz processor
  • Minimum 512 MB of RAM (256 MB or more recommended)
  • Internet Explorer 6 or later
  • Internet functionality requires dial-up or broadband Internet access
  • DirectX 9.0 or higher
Program Information of MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)
Version Name:
MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)

File Size:
134.85 MB

Released Date:
06 August, 2009 (5 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
4f079107f0d6fa1921f8a2f989864ac4

SHA1 Checksum:
755024FA37C0B30A0E171EDEE7A0F99EE29C0AE8

Version History of MSN Messenger Live 2009 (14.0) (Offline)
  • Change log not available
MSN (Live) Messenger Screenshots
MSN Messenger Live 8.0.0792 an instant messaging client instantly connect with family and collaborate with friends that connects to Microsoft's NET Messenger… More
Privacy options allow people on your allow list can see online status and send messages. Also block list people can't see your status or send messages. More
MSN Messenger Live 8.0.0792 created by Microsoft that is currently designed to work with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Mobile. More
About MSN (Live) Messenger

Windows Live Messenger (formerly named MSN Messenger) is an instant messaging client created by Microsoft that is currently designed to work with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Mobile. The client has been part of Microsoft's Windows Live set of online services since 2005. It connects to Microsoft's .NET Messenger Service. The client was first released as MSN Messenger on July 22, 1999, and as Windows Live Messenger on December 13, 2005. The service attracts over 330 million active users each month.

The major use of MSN Messenger is for instant messaging, although other features which now come as standard include support for voice conversations, webcams (MSN Messenger 7.0 and later feature full screen audio video conversations), transferring files, and built-in multi-user online games such as Tic Tac Toe. In a similar vein to many of MSN Messenger's competitors, MSN Messenger allows messages to be enlivened with graphical emoticons, sometimes called smileys, Flash animations called winks, animated display pictures, styled text, and many more with third-party add-ons.

Windows Live Messenger Features

  • Sharing Folders - When a user wants to deliver a file to another person on his or her contact list, the "sharing folder" window appears, which is an individualized representation of all previously shared items.
  • VOIP Service - Users can make free PC-to-PC calls and also low cost PC-to-Phone in the latest versions of the Live Messenger.
  • Now Yahoo Messenger users and MSN Messenger users can talk to each other using only single client.
  • Users can send offline messages to other users
  • There are various games and applications available in Windows Live Messenger that can be accessed via the conversation window by clicking on the games icon, and challenging your friend or contact to a competition in a game, or inviting them to launch a shared external application.
  • Windows Live Messenger is integrated in Xbox 360

Updates : MSN (Live) Messenger Updates

Did You Know?

The first version of MSN Messenger Service, version 1.0 (1.0.0863), was released July 22, 1999. It included only basic features, such as plain text messaging and a simplistic contact list.