MSN 3.5 is now available on the Microsoft website.

In this new version there is an option to save and search the conversations held, change your identity by simply typing a new one (registered) and organize contacts into groups, with options to control connected users by groups.

You can download the program directly from here.

The program requirements are:

Processor: Macintosh PowerPC.

Operating system: Mac OS X version 10.1.3 or later.

Memory: 128 MB of RAM.

Hard disk: 8 MB of available hard disk space.

Programs: Microsoft® Internet Explorer version 5.2.2 or later, Netscape Navigator version 6.0, or later.

Modem: 28.8 Kbps or higher.

Internet access: Internet connection through either an Internet service provider (ISP) or a network. Internet access might require a fee to an ISP; local or long-distance telephone charges might also apply.

Highly recommended to disable the advertising option in the view menu. As a curiosity, the application icon in the dock changes color depending on the status of our connection.

Source: MacMinute.

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