Plus Messenger is the fastest growing instant messenger service for the iPhone and smart phone users in general. It is similar to Facebook but has a very different layout, and is more geared to individual use than to sharing and chatting with the entire world. This means that using it, you may need to use a bit of software to make it work in your Windows computer. Fortunately, there are several applications that can do this.
To actually functioning Plus Messenger in your PC, you'll first need to download an Android Emulator such as Xeplayer, Bluestacks Or Nox App Player. These will be necessary for the Plus Messenger to really function in your own PC, unless of course you have a very unique model. Once you've downloaded these to your computer, it's time to get started with Plus Messenger. Simply launch the messenger app, log into your Google account (you'll need to be logged into a Google account to do this) and pick up where you left off on the web.
The only thing left now is to start chatting with other Plus members. To do this, just go to the settings section (which can be found by clicking the plus messenger icon at the bottom) and enable "usable external keyboards". This will let you input text in all of your messages. This setting is useful because it lets you input some chat text without having to switch back to the text-to-speech mode of the web browser. After this, everything should work as smoothly as can be on your phone, assuming that you have downloaded one of the latest versions of the Android apps that are compatible with the Messenger Plus software on your computer.