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Windows Live Messenger 2009 QFE3 and Wave 4 -
Windows Live Messenger 2009 QFE3 and Wave 4 -No One-Way Webcam Functionality
Because of the evolution of Windows Live Messenger with the advent of the Wave 4 release, the next iteration of Microsoft’s instant messaging client will no longer feature one-way webcam functionality. At the same time, Microsoft recently released an update, which it called a minor refresh, for Windows Live Messenger 2009. Quick-Fix Engineering 3 for the current version of Windows Live Messenger is designed, among other things, to kill the one-way webcam functionality in the IM client. As I said when the update went out, the change is set up to pave the way for the delivery of Windows Live Messenger Wave 4.
"The next version of Windows Live Messenger, releasing globally in the coming months, features two-way calling with high quality audio and high-definition video. This enhancement required significant changes in the audio and video stack used across all of our Windows Live services. This week’s Wave 3 update (called “QFE3”) upgrades the current release of Messenger with the new stack. As part of this upgrade, we are retiring one-way webcam functionality,” revealed Arthur de Haan, Director, Windows Live Test and System Engineering (via LiveSide).
Windows Live Messenger 2009 QFE3 and Wave 4 - No One-Way Webcam Functionality - According to Microsoft - Softpedia
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