Walkietalkie, a new tool for streaming Internet audio, has been released by Microsoft to help people with the common Windows Vista problems that occur when using Windows. This simple tool solves many of the most common Vista PC issues including the audio skipping that happens when you're listening to a song that's not in your current queue. Many people are annoyed by the fact that they can't play a certain type of music with their Vista PC, but Walkietalkie can help you solve this problem. With Walkietalkie, you can easily configure your Windows Vista PC to only play music you want it to play, even if the music doesn't exist in your current music library.
There are two versions of Walkietalkie - a free version and a commercial version. The free walkietalkie tool is very easy to use, allowing anyone with even the most minimal knowledge of Windows Vista to use the program. Just download the free walkietalkie installer from the Windows website, save it to a convenient location on your computer, and then let the program install the necessary files. You'll be asked to choose a unique user name and password in order to successfully connect to the server. Once connected, the free walkietalkie will run on your Vista PC without any noticeable interruptions.
The commercial Walkietalkie software has been designed to allow full duplex voice communications between the server and your Walkietalkie-enabled computer. With the commercial version of Walkietalkie, users are able to select which server they'd like to connect to, and which recording players they'd like to use to listen to their recorded messages. If you're looking for a simple, effective way to streamline your business communications, consider the Walkietalkie app.