Microsoft Is Going To Shut Down The Former Most Popular Messaging Service In The World

Windows Live Messenger (or MSN Messenger, as it used to be called), had nearly 300m users at its peak — that’s bigger than AIM ever was, and bigger than Twitter is today. But now, five years later, Microsoft is folding it into Skype.

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