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Windows Live Messenger - Privacy Settings

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: In this video, Mahalo expert Sean Hewitt explains how you can change your Privacy settings in Windows Live Messenger. Windows Live Messenger - Privacy Settings --------------------------------------------------------------------- One of the settings you can change in Windows Live Messenger is your Privacy, which controls who can find you online. It determines whether or not all of your information is public. It also allows you to relegate your information to only being seen by friends and family if you choose. To change your Privacy Settings, click on the box in the upper right corner to Switch to Full View.? Once in full view, click on your name, then navigate down to More options at the bottom of the drop down menu. This brings up a dialogue box called Options. Click on Privacy in the left side bar. From this menu, click on Edit settings on the right. Sign in to Windows Live by entering your password in the given field. You will then be granted access to the control page where you can set your Privacy options. In the video tutorial, Sean's levels are set to Public, but you also have the option to change your privacy to Limited or Private. You can read what each privacy level specifies in the descriptions next to them. * In Public, everyone can see your profile and everyone can find you in search. * In Limited, everyone can see your profile and send you new invitations, but only your friends can see your photos and any new albums you create. * In Private, only your friends can find you and contact you. If you wish to customize any of these settings, click on Advanced at the bottom of the page. This is where you can control how all of your privacy settings to behave. When you're finished, click Save at the bottom. Read more by visiting our page at:
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