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Introduction

Windows XP makes communicating with other computers over the Internet easier than ever with Windows Messenger. You can talk to others over the Internet (like you do on a telephone), use video to see and be seen by others while you converse, share programs and files, collaborate on documents, share graphical content on a whiteboard (a drawing canvas), and ask for or get remote online assistance from a contact.

You can use Windows Messenger to exchange instant messages with a designated list of contacts over the Internet. An instant message is an online typewritten conversation in real-time between two or more contacts. Unlike an e-mail message, instant messages require both parties to be online, and the communication is instantaneous.


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