Windows Live Messenger is Microsoft’s very own player in the instant messaging market and the company is keen to make it a very powerful rival for all the other apps in this particular software category.
A new version has been released today, and although the Redmond-based technology giant hasn’t provided a changelog, the new release most likely brings improvements aimed at Windows 8 users
as we get closer to the official debut of the new operating system.
Windows Live Messenger 2012 16.4.3505.912 can work on both Windows 7 and Windows 8 versions, regardless of whether you’re running a 32- or a 64-bit build, and requires a Windows Live account to log in.
As always, the latest version of the application is also available on Softpedia, so you can download it right now for free by clicking on this link