8.1 or no longer provide Messenger application Skype instead


Computer Store News: When Windows 8 was launched in October last year, Microsoft provided a series of built-in applications including Messenger. But if you want to upgrade to Windows 8.1, you may want to say goodbye to this built-in Messenger app. According to an anonymous source quoted by foreign media The Verge, the final version of Win8.1 will no longer provide the Messenger application, and Skype will replace it! In the current public preview of Windows 8.1, the Messaging app has been " Absent".

Microsoft replaced its old Windows Live Messenger app earlier this year. Microsoft also recently introduced cross-communication support for its own Skype and Lync.

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