__/ [ John Bokma ] on Thursday 02 March 2006 07:59 \__
> Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>| Microsoft will put its search engine into its widely used
>>| communications tools Windows Messenger and Hotmail.
> It's already into MSN Messenger (since version 6 IIRC). Windows Messenger
> is what standard comes with Windows nowadays, and yeah, I can imagine that
> they upgrade it to MSN Messenger. Probably most people use MSN Messenger
> anyway (instead of Windows Messenger), so nothing new.
> BTW, I never use the search in MSN Messenger, but that's probably because
> I am not the average person. Before it was in MSN Messenger I had my own
> bot that copied a link back when I typed g something.
ICO comes with a Google search bar, judging from what I could gather when my
sister used it (I first used ICQ when I was 15). It makes it somewhat
balanced, but then again, ICQ is not bundled to an operating system, to
which many people's data is lock. *smile* (pardon my rant!)
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