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Microsoft launches next generation of Windows Live services for India

17-November-2007
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Microsoft launches next generation of Windows Live services for India

Microsoft India has launched the next generation Windows Live tools and services, ‘Get.live.com’, for users in India. The tools and services are available in one simple download experience that enable consumers to choose any or all of the Windows Live applications and keep their software and services up to date. The Windows Live set of services comprises several free PC applications connected to services delivered over the Internet.

Jaspreet Bindra, Country Manager, Online Services Business, Microsoft India, said, “Internet-savvy consumers are relying more and more on the Web to communicate and share with their friends and family, but they are also becoming increasingly frustrated with how difficult it is to keep track of all their e-mail accounts, photos, blogs, address books and other online information. We are delighted to bring to the Indian consumer a superior level of digital technology that is bound to simplify lives significantly.”

“Today’s launch reflects great enhancements to our most popular Windows Live services – Windows Live Hotmail, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Spaces and Windows Live Writer – while adding fun new tools such as Windows Live Photo Gallery and Windows Live Events. This new generation of Windows Live is an all-in-one package that complements Windows Vista and desktop applications and connects their offline and online worlds in a truly exciting way,” said Samir Saraiya, Product Head, Windows Live Services, Microsoft India.

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