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Old March 24th 03, 10:18 PM
William Klauss
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Default New Messenger (5 I think) and XP

MS such just trash Windows Messenger altogether and use 3-partied messenger
service

William


"Jonathan Kay [MVP]" wrote in message
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Greetings David,

This is correct -- the "new" version, MSN Messenger 5, is not an upgrade

to Windows Messenger
4.x -- which is why you have both now running. In fact, if you forcibly

remove Windows
Messenger, Remote Assistance, Whiteboard, and Application Sharing will not

function.

Which process is causing your CPU Usage to go up (Right-click Taskbar,

Task Manager,
Processes tab)?
____________________________________________
Jonathan Kay
Windows MVP, Messenger
Associate Expert
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/expertzone/
Messenger Resources - http://messenger.jonathankay.com


"David" wrote in message
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Hi,

I saw a new version of messenger on a friends computer, I installed it

on
mine and it worked fine. Having said that the old version is still there

and
is the version called by default etc. If I want to use the latest

version I
have to load it seperately.

I have also noticed with the seperate installation running my cpu usage
rockets ?

--
David
www.PocketASP.net






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