Facebook Messenger app now supports Windows XP and Vista
| by Naina Khedekar |
Facebook has launched the Facebook Messenger application for older version of Windows. The social networking service had officially unveiled the Facebook Messenger app for Windows early in March this year, but in a stinker to older Windows users, the messenger application was launched only for Windows 7. While Microsoft said that a version of the app for Windows Vista was in the works, there was absolutely no support for Windows XP users.
This means avid Facebook users still using the popular Windows XP and not-so-popular Windows Vista can now begin using the Facebook Messenger app on the desktop. The Facebook Messenger app allows Facebook users to chat with each other without needing to sign in to the Facebook website. The app allows you to accept new friend requests, and you can view when they are tagged in photos.
Now supports Windows XP and Vista
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