Microsoft Windows Live Suite 1.0 Updated

3.2 out of 5 stars 3.2 (41 votes)

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Windows Vista/XP / Freeware / 20,701 downloads

Microsoft has released the Windows Live Suite installer worldwide in various languages. Included software are Windows Live Photo Gallery beta, Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Writer, Windows Live OneCare Family Safety and Windows Live Toolbar.

Reviews of Microsoft Windows Live Suite

  1. 5 out of 5 stars
    Adrian79

    Reviewing 1.0 Updated (Nov 7, 2007)

    wow! impressive

  2. 1 out of 5 stars
    gatescape

    Reviewing 1.0 Updated (Nov 7, 2007)

    It sucks, I've installed on my XP and on my Vista (2 different computers), and since then I get A LOT of explorer.exe errors when I right click a folder.
    I've desintalled , rebooted the computers and...surprise!! errors are gone, everything is working perfect.

  3. 5 out of 5 stars
    terminalx

    Reviewing 1.0 Updated (Nov 7, 2007)

    Easy Install
    Updated beta components to final with no issue
    Easy to select what you want and don't want
    Wish more of MS products went through better betas like the live suite.

  4. 1 out of 5 stars
    ogman

    Reviewing 1.0 Updated (Nov 7, 2007)

    It'd be nice if the installer actually worked, instead of installing only half of what is requested. I've never understood how the wealthiest company in the world can't seem to do downloads!

  5. 4 out of 5 stars
    computershack

    Reviewing 1.0 Updated (Nov 7, 2007)

    Excellent suite of tools. The E-mail client has a nice clean look to it and it's nice to have Hotmail access back plus you know that Google aren't arrchiving and searching your personal e-mail.

    Live Photo Gallery is what Photo Gallery should have been in Windows though TBH.

    Onecare family protection does do its job to a point although I found it a bit of a pain to set up but having not tried any other similar programs, I can't compare it.

    In short, a nice set of tools without the privacy worries of the Google equivalent. Gets a 4 because they should have been part of Windows Vista in the first place instead of being a backdoor way to update Vista apps and provide some Vista functionality in XP.

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