Yahoo Messenger 10 is no more Beta.This week, they have replaced old messenger 9 version on the official download page with the fresh new Yahoo messenger 10. Check out what’s new and get the direct download links below.
Yahoo Messenger 10 (v10.0.0.1102) incorporates many bug fixes, including some bugs related to new video call feature, and improves on overall stability of the product. Yahoo! Messenger 10 also allows user to troubleshoot with detailed connection log, helpful when user cannot login to Yahoo! Messenger despite repetitive attempts. Also this version will be compatible with Windows 7 Operating system.
If you are trying to download the new yahoo messenger 10 from the official download page, then you will have to first download a small setup file around 360KB. The full version will be then downloaded and installed only after running this setup file. But there is a work around by which you can download yahoo messenger 10 full offline installer file. [Check end of this post for the direct download link]
What’s new in Yahoo Messenger 10 – The important changes included with this update in yahoo messenger is video calls feature. They have completely redesigned the 1:1 webcam feature. High quality video calls could be made right in the IM window and the audio will be much more synched.
– Get the latest updates from your friends Yahoo!, Flickr, Twitter and more with the new “Updates” view.
– New features also include the ability to swap video windows, position video windows side by side, mute and hold calls and full screen video call.Adding special effects to your video calls depends on the type of camera and manufacturer.
– Chat with visitors on your social network profiles, blog or website through Yahoo! Messenger 10. (Yahoo! Messenger Pingbox)
Download Yahoo Messenger 10 Offline Installer Direct Link [download now]
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