Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Install only the latest firm (ie, non-beta or -alpha) release of any chat client. The beta clients are notoriously unstable and since they require pseudo-persistent connections over TCP/IP, interruptions due to buggy code can much mo9re easily bring your machine to a screeching halt, thereby requiring reboots that make you want to scream, since you were in the middle of a chat session when it happened.
General rule: Unless you are testing the beta for yourself or out of curiosity, anything you plan to use as a for real work, etc. that you want stable and consistent behavior from should at least be an official release-- and sometimes, as we know, some of those aren't very good either (*cough*... WinME, Vista... *cough*...)
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