Psi for Windows 0.15 for Windows

by Justin Karneges & Psi Team

Avg. Rating 4.5 (89 votes)

File Details

File Size 21.8 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows 7/2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 10,520
Publisher Justin Karneges & Psi Team
Homepage Psi
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Psi is the premiere Instant Messaging application designed for Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X and GNU/Linux. Built upon an open protocol named Jabber, this is a fast and lightweight messaging client that utilises the best in open source technologies.

Latest Reviews

some guy

some guy reviewed v0.15 on Oct 7, 2012

wholemkt9 go fu*** your self!

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v0.14 on Apr 20, 2011

PSI 0.14 was released on Wed Dec 2 17:02:30 PST 2009, i.e. a year ago.

Slowpokes at fileforum have been detected :)

NunjaBusiness

NunjaBusiness reviewed v0.13 on Jul 29, 2009

2.5 years to get from version .11 to .13?

ecvogel

ecvogel reviewed v0.13 on Jul 28, 2009

Name too similar to Secunia PSI. Should change name it is confusing.

dhry

dhry reviewed v0.13-rc1 on May 26, 2009

Pointless. Several times larger than Miranda and one millionth the feature set.

raphaugusto

raphaugusto reviewed v0.11 on Oct 24, 2007

Nice jabber client, but neos is much better

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v0.11 on Oct 16, 2007

I cannot give it 5 since .11 version uses three times more RAM than .10 due to the fact that a new PSI version depends on both Qt4 and Qt3 libraries.

Other than this glitch, PSI is probably the best Jabber/XMPP client around. You can also chat with your AIM, MSN and ICQ pals via Jabber transport.

Laborant

Laborant reviewed v0.11 Beta 4 on Jan 5, 2007

Try JAJC first...

LRN

LRN reviewed v0.11 Beta 4 on Dec 9, 2006

There's only two good IM clients: Psi and Miranda.
Psi (Jabber) way is to use one solid client and one protocol + number of gates to cross-protocol compatibility.
Miranda way is to use one modular client with native support for multiple protocols.
I used both, they're great. Just a matter of philosophy.
I hope, Psi will get plug-in system soon, that's the one thing i miss.

Ulmo

Ulmo reviewed v0.11 Beta 2 on Apr 24, 2006

Try it. It's the best.

Avg. Rating 4.5 (89 votes)
Your Rating
some guy

some guy reviewed v0.15 on Oct 7, 2012

wholemkt9 go fu*** your self!

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v0.14 on Apr 20, 2011

PSI 0.14 was released on Wed Dec 2 17:02:30 PST 2009, i.e. a year ago.

Slowpokes at fileforum have been detected :)

NunjaBusiness

NunjaBusiness reviewed v0.13 on Jul 29, 2009

2.5 years to get from version .11 to .13?

ecvogel

ecvogel reviewed v0.13 on Jul 28, 2009

Name too similar to Secunia PSI. Should change name it is confusing.

dhry

dhry reviewed v0.13-rc1 on May 26, 2009

Pointless. Several times larger than Miranda and one millionth the feature set.

raphaugusto

raphaugusto reviewed v0.11 on Oct 24, 2007

Nice jabber client, but neos is much better

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v0.11 on Oct 16, 2007

I cannot give it 5 since .11 version uses three times more RAM than .10 due to the fact that a new PSI version depends on both Qt4 and Qt3 libraries.

Other than this glitch, PSI is probably the best Jabber/XMPP client around. You can also chat with your AIM, MSN and ICQ pals via Jabber transport.

Laborant

Laborant reviewed v0.11 Beta 4 on Jan 5, 2007

Try JAJC first...

LRN

LRN reviewed v0.11 Beta 4 on Dec 9, 2006

There's only two good IM clients: Psi and Miranda.
Psi (Jabber) way is to use one solid client and one protocol + number of gates to cross-protocol compatibility.
Miranda way is to use one modular client with native support for multiple protocols.
I used both, they're great. Just a matter of philosophy.
I hope, Psi will get plug-in system soon, that's the one thing i miss.

Ulmo

Ulmo reviewed v0.11 Beta 2 on Apr 24, 2006

Try it. It's the best.

Joco

Joco reviewed v0.11 Beta 2 on Apr 23, 2006

There is a good reason for PSI to exist: open standards and multi-protocols compatible. From a screenshot on the PSI web site, it could even encrypt message. That's cool. I hope this will make the Jabber open protocol more popular and may be, one day will bend the proprietary protocols towards the standards.

OCedHrt

OCedHrt reviewed v0.11 Beta 2 on Apr 23, 2006

Psi is great. One of the first Jabber clients I've used because it was the only one to be unicode compliant. However, I hate how you have to authorize everyone, etc, if you forget to turn on auto-authorize before you connect >< Furthermore, since it doesn't import the groups you already have for msn/aim/icq etc, it just makes a huge mess. But this seems to be more a Jabber downfall than a Psi one.

Primis

Primis reviewed v0.11 Beta 2 on Apr 23, 2006

Well, it works.

There's not a ton of reason for it to exist though. It brings nothing new to the table that isn't already in a selection of other Win32 IM clients. And it doesn't have the clean and polished look or feel that some others do have.

For a platform like Mac it maybe has a legit place (where there aren't 4839048902345 IM all-in-oine clients already), but for Win32... meh, I'm just not impressed. It's nothing I haven't already seen in a bevy of other programs.

Ulmo

Ulmo reviewed v0.10-test3 Beta on Nov 29, 2005

It's not very "User Friendly" to set up,
It's not the best GUI ever,
But with it, I have all my Jabber, ICQ, AIM, MSN and Yahoo accounts working exactly the same on my Linux and Windows with a "non invasive" GUI.

For me, a must have.

eyv

eyv reviewed v0.10-test3 Beta on Nov 4, 2005

netean, did you even download or USE the app? If not, what exactly are you rating?
It's very good. However, last I checked, there was a bug in jabberd2 which prevented it from cooperating with Psi. :(

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