So recently I couldn't sign in with Windows Live Messenger 8.5 anymore.Well I thought 9.0 can't be that bad, but in fact 9.0 is major bullshit and one of the crappiest pieces of software I've ever seen.To turn Messenger off, you need to first log off, then close the Messenger window.Log off by clicking the down arrow to the right of the Show Menu icon (to the right of the doughboy) and choose File→Sign Out. The scans you've run and the files you've removed should get your up and running faster in little time!|There are thousands of Registry Cleaners and Registry Optimizers along at the market and whereas some are excellent some are complete poor quality.
Write something about yourself, your hobbies and your dreams, ask her about something what you are conscious about.…It also includes every single SMS thread in the Facebook chat list in chronological order, which makes the conversation list confusing and difficult to use.Furthermore, you may accidentally send messages that cost real money if you keep all types of conversations in one place. uncheck the box beside, "Automatically run Windows Live Messenger when I log on to Windows. But that, for some odd reason, doesn't work for me. :) Now scroll through the list to find "Messenger" Once you have found it, click the "disable" button. To make this work on XP, gmoon stated: "In XP, you can also disable messenger from "Services", which is found under Performance and Maintenance - Administrative Tools..." Antagonizer stated how to remove it from startup in a different way.