Updating windows live essentials 2016
This whole “Universal Windows Dumbed Down App” thing is really irritating.
Windows Essentials worked great on previous versions of Windows, and since this is such widely used set of tools, we decided to make a small guide on how to install Windows Essentials on Windows 10.
Windows Live Dashboard required users to sign-in with their Windows Live ID to check whether the service has been downloaded or not.
You can also download Windows Essential from third party websites, but on your own risk.
Windows Live Writer is a blogging client and it allows you to access several major blogging services such as Word Press, Share Point and many others.
By using this tool you can easily write blog posts right from your desktop, without using the blog’s web interface. As you remember, we choose not to install this tool because Windows Live Messenger service was discontinued in 2013.
Shortly after its initial beta release, the original Windows Live Essentials website became unavailable and the website was redirected to Windows Live Betas (then Windows Live Ideas), and as a result Windows Live Dashboard also became unavailable.
Subsequent reappearance of a Windows Live Dashboard is seen with the initial "Windows Live Wave 2" unified installers from Windows Live Messenger 8.5, Mail and Writer that was released on May 30, 2007.
Sometimes, I imagine that there is a secret group of 300 highly-paid people at Microsoft whose only job is to sit around and endlessly debate which stupid name they’re going to use this week for some chunk of software. To make matters worse: Do you want to find the installer for the ? Both of these suites of free MS apps contain the same thing, but the Essentials 2012 version is newer and better (um, theoretically).