Recover Windows Live Messenger Passwords

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<p><strong>Oxford, England &mdash; Sept. 19</strong><br />Reactive Software has released Windows Live Password Recovery, a utility that instantly locates and decrypts the Windows Live Messenger, MSN Messenger and Windows Messenger passwords stored on your computer. </p><p>The program works when the “Remember My Password” checkbox is selected in Windows Live Messenger, and you&#39;re able to log in automatically, without having to type your password. </p><p>Many people rely on the computer to store their password and realize later that knowing their password is critical to their business. Windows Live Password Recovery rescues you from these crises.<br /><br />Many desktop owners let their computers remember their Windows Live Messenger password. When they purchase a laptop and want to use the same password on their new computer, they can&#39;t find their password. </p><p>Windows Live Password Recovery can locate and decrypt their password instantly. </p><p>Even if Windows Live Messenger has been uninstalled from the original computer, there is still a good chance the password is saved and recoverable.<br /><br />Similar crises occur when family members go away to college, get married or relocate for other reasons. </p><p>Windows Live Password Recovery can recover passwords from multiple accounts on a single computer. The program supports all versions of Windows Live Messenger, including Messenger Beta, MSN Messenger and Windows Messenger.<br /><br />Windows Live Password Recovery can help people who use Windows Live Messenger and Hotmail on their home computer. </p><p>Often, they wish to access Hotmail from another computer, but they don&#39;t remember their password. The program can instantly recover their password and allow them to access their Hotmail from an Internet cafe, a vacation hotel room or a client&#39;s office.</p>

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