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Thread: Who has left the msn?
I haven't used it in... an amount of time that's higher than numbers go.
The go-to IM client in high school was AIM and then in senior year Facebook started being a thing (back when you had to be invited by someone in your high school to be allowed on Facebook or have a college email).
I still have my oldest Hotmail account, though, as well as a newer one I created when I got Windows 8 but it's used for nothing more than for the Microsoft Games like the solitaire collection or mahjong.
I haven't used it in at least 6 or 7 years. Everyone I knew stopped using it... same with AIM... so there was no point in bothering with it anymore.“Letting go gives us freedom, and freedom is the only condition for happiness. If, in our heart, we still cling to anything - anger, anxiety, or possessions - we cannot be free.”
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- Jan 2014
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I guess a better question is who hasn't?
I stopped using MSN ages ago, even before it was going to be together with skype. I only used it for maybe 1/2 persons at the end and I couldn't give a $#@! after a while since I got in argues with 1 person and with the other person I can talk via texting too.
I started using Xfire as my main chat app for a long time. I added my MSN and my facebook chat back in the days and it was easy and nice to use. Until they $#@!ed that up though and Xfire 2.0 came out. Now I don't use xfire anymore. Lot of my friends have moved on from Xfire too. Currently my main chat app is Steam for the gamers and Telegram/Whatsapp/iMessage for texting.
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