Question about Microsoft Windows Live Messanger
I'm assuming you just want the shortcut there. I have Vista, but the solution should be pretty general.
First, you'll want to locate the folder that the program is installed in. For instance, mine is located in the C Drive under Program Files.
After you find that, you'll want to find the "Windows Live" folder. Once you have that, go into the Messenger folder, and then find the application titled "msnmsgr".
Now for the last step! Right click and select "send to" and then "Desktop"!
Hopefully this worked for you!
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