Microsoft recently updated Windows Live Essentials with a few new features in each of the apps in the suite. Here’s the details and download info.
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A lot of bloggers find it annoying when they have to add watermarks to every image constantly. If you use Windows Live Writer, it includes a way to set a default watermark. Here’s how.
Earlier here on groovyPost we took a look at Windows Live Essentials 2011 Beta. This week Microsoft dropped the beta tag and the 2011 essentials pack is out and ready for downloading. The first thing that I asked is “what’s new since the beta version?” After downloading the new 2011 pack and taking a look […]
When friends ask me about How-To start a blog, my standard answer is 1: WordPress and 2: Windows Live Writer. I explain that Windows Live Writer is like Microsoft Word for blogging. I was thinking about those conversation when I discovered back in Word 2007 that you could actually blog using Word. Although in 2007, […]
With the first look at the new Live Essentials beta, I was skeptical about the new Live Writer 2010 being that Microsoft threw away the old sidebar Task pane menu and replaced it with the new Office 2010 styled Ribbon. Don’t get me wrong; I normally have nothing but good things to say about the […]
“Woah a new ribbon!” That was the first thing I thought of after opening up one of the programs from the new Windows Live Essentials Beta. Anyway, Microsoft just released Wave 4 of their Windows Live Essentials Beta and I have to admit, things are looking very very good. I’ve been keeping my eye on the […]
Today when I launched Windows Live Writer I was prompted to install the latest beta from Windows Live. (FYI – Windows Live Writer is a Free Offline Blogging tool similar to Microsoft Word which allows you to Write Blog Posts/Articles – just like the one your reading now – and then upload the Posts to […]
Today was a big release for Windows Live. Windows Live Writer Beta 3, Hotmail, Live Photo Gallery, Toolbar, Windows Live SkyDive were all released over the last few days (500 Megs of personal/shared/public storage; do I smell the death of FolderShare??) All fascinating. However, the one I’ve been waiting for is Live Writer Beta 3. […]