Windows Live Services: All-in-OneMicrosoft released some new products and features in its Windows Live service stream, as on 6th November company released new set of tools for user across the web to work on the web, across PCs, and web-enabled mobile phones.

Apart from Windows Live Writer, Windows Live OneCare that Microsoft has released earlier in this year along with other traditional services like messenger, spaces, Email service. Now Microsoft has bind all these services with all other already running services with some new features/ updates into a ‘Windows Live Services‘ package to pack them for users where they can consume these revamped and new services as “all in one” Windows Live Online services free with no extra cost.

Some of the new services in Beta, that has been officially released fro users are:

Apart from these one service new to me from Microsoft is Windows Live Events, these and more services can be downloaded free in ‘All in One’ package to get started using all of these services on web, across your multiple PCs as well as on your web-enabled mobile phones.

The two important traits of launch of revamped and all-in-one Windows Live Services are, Company’s two popular services email and IM (Instant Messaging) services now work together through windows live email, windows live hotmail and windows live messenger; and the other one is, users can share things like photos, files, stories or events stored in their PCs hard drive with people on web they wish to share via Internet as mobile.

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The third most important trait or say reason for revamping and updation of Windows Live services is to push all the major services from Microsoft to Mobile 2.0 and Wap 2.0.

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