Originally Posted by Lord Kalthorn
Well, stirkes me that Windows comes with Messenger anyway; so you shouldn't be able to get rid of it - unless its a test. You can remove the ability to use MSN Messenger if you go to Program Access and Defaults and you can say that MSN Messenger isn't to be used.
Why don't they want you to have MSN?
Does he want to get rid of Windows Messenger (the one that comes with XP) or MSN Messenger. MSNM is easy to get rid of, just go to start, all programs, find the windows messenger folder and clikc uninstal.
For Windows Messenger, you eithe rneed to delete the main file for it to stop working, or download a file to uninstal it (which i have