Download Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Beta Starting on June 21, 2010
In less than two months, Microsoft will make available for download the first public development milestone of the next major iteration of Windows Live Messenger
. Although the Redmond company has yet to announce the official availability deadline, fact is that it managed to leak the release date. According to Microsoft pour les Etudiants
, a Microsoft France website, Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Beta will be offered to early adopters for testing on June 21st, 2010. The original announcement was posted by Mélanie M'Chich on April 29th 2010.
At this point in time, users can still access the original message, as Microsoft France has yet to take it down (via Wikikou
). I have contacted the Redmond company and asked for the June 21st deadline for the release of Windows Live Messenger Wave 4 Beta to be confirmed or denied. I’ll make sure to provide an update as soon as I get a reply from the software giant, which will most probably be later today.
“Windows Live Messenger will be available in Beta starting with June 21. It brings many novelties and, among other things, you will have the possibility to experience the emotion of live HD thanks to HD conversations in 16/9 full screen, sharing photos and videos on YouTube in classic conversation or video, and having your conversation windows organized in tabs. For the full scoop, head over to Facebook’s Messenger page,” the translated text of the message posted on Microsoft pour les Etudiants reads.