How to Use Microsoft Messenger to Block Spam
The truth is that Microsoft Messenger really isn't as useful as much as many other messengers out there. For some reason, even though they got into the game relatively late, Microsoft hasn't really pulled their weight. They've basically focused on adding features and options to Internet Explorer, while doing nothing to make Messenger any better. Since then though, Microsoft has actually turned this mess around and really made something truly usable out of their space on the web.
With Messenger, Microsoft is taking a step in the right direction. Since Messenger isn't as feature packed as other browsers out there, they can easily add in additional features that will benefit their users. With this in mind, Microsoft has actually added in a few different options for you to use within the Messenger program itself. First off, users are able to get access to their "cookies" folder, which is essentially a storage folder for different types of information. You'll find this folder in your Internet favorites, and with each account that you have with Microsoft, you'll be able to access this folder to help you save your favorite pages and information onto different web pages. This is extremely helpful, especially with the way that Microsoft is trying to fight spam in general.
After you've been able to get access to your cookies folder, you should then move forward and move all of your cookies to your Windows folder on your computer. By doing this, you'll be able to make sure that everything you do on your computer is saved into the new folder, making it extremely safe for you to browse the web without worrying about your information being exposed. This is one of the best additions that Microsoft has included into Microsoft Messenger, and it's one of the reasons why I have recommended this program to so many different people.