Miranda IM 0.10.27 Fileforum Pick

4.6 out of 5 stars 4.6 (1986 votes)

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Windows 7/2000/Vista/XP / Open Source / 148,438 downloads

Miranda IM is a multi protocol instant messenger client for Windows. It is designed to be resource efficient and easy to use. It uses very little memory, requires no installation and can easily be carried around on a single floppy disc. The goal of this project is not to duplicate the functionality of AOL's ICQ Client, but to design a client that has the basic features that is designed for mouse-less operation with a small memory requirement.

Reviews of Miranda IM

  1. 1 out of 5 stars
    -Lord-

    Reviewing 0.10.24 (Sep 9, 2014)

    no bonjour support.
    Pidgin beats this

  2. 1 out of 5 stars
    Sven123456789

    Reviewing 0.10.23 (May 16, 2014)

    people still use this?

  3. 1 out of 5 stars
    -Lord-

    Reviewing 0.10.20 (Dec 19, 2013)

    First, to dhry..
    Understand that while it's fairly useful, it's not
    Complete if it can't fully do what it says. We
    Know it supports a lot of platforms but the

    One that some have been asking for
    For more than one release, and as
    Frequently as we've been asking.... should have gotten results.

    And
    Secondly, there is no need to troll. If you like the
    Sorry software,
    Have at it. But it's not the most complete. Trillian is.. even though it's
    Overly priced, the shareware version no
    Longer expires, and it's complete and works
    Exceptionally well.

  4. 1 out of 5 stars
    Fred G. Sanford

    Reviewing 0.10.20 (Dec 18, 2013)

    I've lost count of the number of minor point release "upgrades" this application has gotten in the last few years, with virtually no actual improvements to its functionality, only bugfixes. The developers willfully ignore all requests - see their forum for endless examples of this. It's basically going in circles at this point and we'll sadly never see a "Version 1.0".

  5. 5 out of 5 stars
    dhry

    Reviewing 0.10.19 (Nov 8, 2013)

    Thrilled beyond measure to discover that the latest version still doesn't support bonjour, that it fits on a floppy disk and it's basically still the most fully-featured, well-programmed multi-protocol instant messaging application available. Props to the devs!

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