The services:

From Wikipedia

Windows Live services

Service Codename Website Description Development Stage
Live.com   http://www.live.com An all-in-one home page featuring a customisable RSS aggregator, gadgets and a new and improved search tool Final
Windows Live Account   http://account.live.com The service for updating your Windows Live identity and managing your Windows Live relationship Final
Windows Live Admin Center Custom Domains http://admin.live.com Provides e-mail hosting for web site owners Final
Windows Live Agents   Direct Link Part of Windows Live Messenger
Interactive chatterbots through Windows Live Messenger that allow users to get more information about specific topics
Windows Live Alerts   http://alerts.live.com Send information updates to your email inbox, mobile device or Messenger Final
Windows Live Barcode Confucius https://barcode.ideas.live.com
temporarily unavailable
2D barcodes that can be used to store information or link to the mobile web Beta
Windows Live Betas   http://get.live.com/betas Website listing Windows Live beta services Final
Windows Live Calendar   http://calendar.live.com Part of Windows Live Hotmail
Time management service which allow users to organise appointments, schedule meetings, set reminders, and share their calendar events
Windows Live Call   Service Information Part of Windows Live Messenger Final
Windows Live Contacts   http://contacts.live.com Part of Windows Live Hotmail, Messenger, Mail and Spaces.
The contact book service which allows people to keep contacts and synchronize the contact’s information with their Live Profile. Also refers to a client-side browser JavaScript object that enables visitors to use their Windows Live contacts with website[4]
Windows Live Core
    Collection of cloud-based software as a service platform that will allow the creation of distributed networked applications N/A
Windows Live Dev   http://dev.live.com The development center and supplier of software development kits for Windows Live developers Final
Windows Live Drive
Live Drive or Storage   Allow files shared on a system to be accessed remotely over the Internet N/A
Windows Live Events   http://events.live.com Part of Windows Live Spaces
Manage and plan different types of events and share them with others using Windows Live Calendar, Spaces and Alerts
Windows Live Expo Fremont http://expo.live.com Online classifieds Final
Windows Live Favorites Roaming Favorites http://favorites.live.com Synchronizes your favorites between computers and lets you share favorites Final
Windows Live Feeds Platform
Windows Live FolderShare   http://www.foldershare.com File sharing and synchronization service acquired by Microsoft and now branded as a beta Windows Live service Beta
Windows Live Gallery Customise http://gallery.live.com A center for collections of developers’ add-ons for Windows Live products Beta
Windows Live Groups
    Part of Windows Live Spaces N/A
Windows Live Guides
  http://shopguides.live.com Part of Windows Live Shopping N/A
Windows Live Help Community   http://helpcommunity.live.com Collection of forums and message boards to communicate with other users of Windows Live products Beta
Windows Live Home   http://home.live.com Provides a central location to access Windows Live services, monitor status information, and navigate to other Windows Live sites and services Final
Windows Live Hotmail Kahuna http://mail.live.com
Free webmail service using AJAX technology featuring email, contacts and calendar services Final
Windows Live Installer   http://get.live.com/wl/desktop A collection of Windows Live programs available for download Final
Windows Live ID   http://login.live.com Works seamlessly with Windows Live services and allowing multiple sign-ins with different accounts Final
Windows Live Mail   http://get.live.com/wlmail/overview Desktop mail client designed to succeed Outlook Express on Windows XP and Windows Mail on Windows Vista, with full RSS support Final
Windows Live Max
Project M   Originally named Microsoft Max N/A
Windows Live Message Boards   http://boards.live.com Provides a discussion forum for Windows Live services N/A
Windows Live Messenger   http://messenger.live.com Instant messaging, personal file sharing and outgoing Voice over IP client Final (v9.0 in Beta)
Windows Live Messenger IM Control   http://settings.messenger.live.com Enables web sites to show the presence of Windows Live Messenger users, and let site visitors engage in instant messaging conversations with the Messenger users. When a site hosts the Windows Live Messenger IM Control, site visitors can instant message Messenger users directly from the browser. Beta 2
Windows Live OneCare A1 http://onecare.live.com Computer Security Service. Features its own Anti-Virus program, back-up utility, and a software firewall Final
Windows Live OneCare Family Safety   http://fss.live.com Parental Controls similar to Windows Vista‘s Family Safety feature Final
Windows Live OneCare Safety Scanner Vegas http://safety.live.com Free PC scanning and health service to help delete viruses and other threats Final
Windows Live Photo Gallery   http://photogallery.live.com Similar to Windows Photo Gallery with additional enhancements that will make posting photos to Windows Live Spaces and Soapbox easier Final
Windows Live Search Center
OneView or Casino http://desktop.live.com Rebranded as Windows Search 4 N/A
Windows Live Shopping
  http://shopping.live.com Rebranded as MSN Shopping N/A
Windows Live Silverlight Streaming   http://silverlight.live.com Allow developers and designers to deliver and scale rich media as part of their Silverlight applications Alpha
Windows Live SkyDrive SkyDrive http://skydrive.live.com Password-protected online file storage and sharing Beta
Windows Live Spaces Spaces 12.2 http://spaces.live.com AJAX based version social networking, blogging, and photo sharing site Final
Windows Live Toolbar   http://toolbar.live.com A toolbar which adds itself to Windows Internet Explorer, allowing quick access to a user’s Windows Live Spaces, Hotmail, Favorites and Live Search from a button on the toolbar Final
Windows Live Translator   http://translator.live.com Translate texts or web pages between different languages Beta
Windows Live TV Nemo or Orbit Beta Information An additional program for Windows Media Center which will provide access to Windows Live Spaces, Messenger, and Call on large-screen monitors or TVs Beta
Windows Live Web Messenger     Online version of Windows Live Messenger which allow users to talk online and in real-time with others using the .NET Messenger Service from within a web browser Beta
Windows Live WiFi Center   http://wifi.live.com Allow users to search for wireless networks that are available and displays information about them. N/A
Windows Live WiFi Hotspot Locator
  http://hotspot.live.com Rebranded as MSN WiFi Hotspots N/A
Windows Live Writer   http://writer.live.com Desktop blog publishing tool Final
Yahoo! 360° was a social networking site and blog host. Since its launch on 29 March 2005, it has gained over 2 million members. It was invite-only until 24 June 2005, and is currently available only to users above 13.
A combination of advertising services owned by Yahoo!.
Yahoo! Answers is a service that allows users to ask and answer questions other users post. It competes with Ask MetaFilter. Yahoo! Answers uses a points system whereby points are awarded for asking and answering questions, and deducted for deleting a question or answer, or getting reported.
Yahoo! Assistant is a browser helper object for Internet Explorer. It was developed by Beijing 3721 Technology and originally called 3721 Internet Assistant, but was renamed Yahoo! Assistant after Yahoo! acquired Beijing 3721 Technology. Yahoo! Assistant blocks pop-ups and removes Internet history information. However, it is regarded as spyware or malware by Microsoft AntiSpyware, Panda AntiVirus and similar security programs.
Yahoo! Briefcase is a free file hosting service.
Yahoo! Buzz Log tracks and analyses trends in searches made through Yahoo! Search, and is updated weekly. It is similar to Google Zeitgeist, which tracks trends in searches made on Google search.
Yahoo! Developer Network offers resources for software developers which use Yahoo! technologies and Web services.
Yahoo! was first formed as a web directory of web sites, organized into a hierarchy of categories and subcategories, which became the Yahoo! Directory. Once a human-compiled directory, Yahoo! Directory now offers two methods of inclusion: Standard, which is free and only available for non-commercial categories, and Express, which charges over US$300 for a quick inclusion in the directory.
Yahoo! Finance offers financial information, including stock quotes and stock exchange rates.
Yahoo! Gallery is a directory of applications built by third-party developers using Yahoo! technologies.
Yahoo! Games allows users to play games, such as chess, billards, checkers and backgammon, against each other. Users can join one of various rooms and find players in these rooms to play with. Most of the games are Java applets, although some require the user to download the game, and some games are single-player. Yahoo! acquired a one person effort called ClassicGames.com in 1997, which became Yahoo! Games.[citation needed]
Yahoo! GeoCities is a web hosting service which offers 15 MB of web space. It was formed in late 1994 as Beverly Hills Internet and allowed users to select a “city” to place their site in, based on the site’s content. It was purchased by Yahoo! in 1999. Yahoo! implemented changes, such as changing the Terms of Service, introducing advertisements on GeoCities pages and introducing a premium hosting service.
Yahoo! Groups is a free groups and mailing list service which competes with Google Groups. It was formed when Yahoo! acquired eGroups in August 2000. Groups are sorted in categories similar to the Yahoo! Directory. Yahoo! Groups also offers other features such as a photographic album, file storage and a calendar.
Yahoo! HotJobs provides tools and advice to job seekers.
Yahoo! Kickstart is a new professional network with a distinct purpose: To build a community of college students, recent grads, employers, professionals, and alumni, where people can connect and discover internships or jobs, or solicit career development advice and mentorship.
  • Yahoo! Local
Find local businesses and services and view the results on a map. Refine and sort results by distance, topic, or other factors. Read ratings and reviews. Uses hCalendar and hCard microformats, so that event and contact details can be downloaded directly into calendar and address-book applications.
Yahoo! acquired Four11 on 8 October 1997, and its webmail service Rocketmail became Yahoo! Mail. Since Google released Gmail on 1 April 2004, Yahoo! Mail has made several improvements to keep ahead of the competition, which also includes MSN Hotmail and AOL Mail. Yahoo! Mail is the only web-based email service that offers unlimited storage for all users. On 9 July 2004, Yahoo! acquired an e-mail provider named Oddpost and used its technology to create Yahoo! Mail Beta, which uses Ajax to mimic the look and feel of an e-mail client.
Yahoo! Maps offers driving directions and traffic.
Yahoo! Mash is an upcoming social network that is currently in testing and allows other users to edit any page.
Yahoo! Messenger is an instant messaging service first released on 21 July 1999, which competes with AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ and QQ. It offers several unique features, such as IMvironments, custom status messages, and custom avatars. On 13 October 2005, Yahoo! announced that Yahoo! Messenger and MSN Messenger would become interoperable.
Yahoo! Mobile is a mobile website used predominantly in the UK. It offers mobile downloads such as ringtones.
Yahoo! Movies offers showtimes, movie trailers, movie information, gossip, and others.
Yaho! Music offers music videos and internet radio (LAUNCHcast), a for-fee service known as Yahoo! Music Unlimited, and the Yahoo! Music Engine.
  • Yahoo! News news updates and top stories at Yahoo! News, including world, national, business, entertainment, sports, weather, technology, and weird news.
  • Yahoo! OMG
OMG is a Yahoo! Entertainment online tabloid with most content provided by Access Hollywood and X17.
Yahoo! Personals is an online dating service with both free and paid versions. However, the free service is limited, as only paying users can contact users they meet through Yahoo! Personals and exchange contact information.
Yahoo! Photos was a photo sharing service similar to Flickr, which Yahoo! acquired. Users had unlimited storage, but only JPG photographs are allowed. Users can categorize and upload their photographs to albums they have created. Users can set various access levels for albums, ranging from public to private. Yahoo! Photos is closing in 2007. Photos can be moved with other photo hosts, including Flickr.
Yahoo Pipes is a free RSS mashup visual editor and hosting service.
Yahoo! Podcasts was a beta service that allows users to search for and view podcasts. The podcast service was discontinued in November 2007 due to declining popularity and implemented into the Yahoo audio search.
Yahoo! Publisher Network is an advertising program, which is currently in beta and only accepts US publishers.
Yahoo! Real Estate offers real estate-related information and allows users to find rentals, mew houses, real estate agents, mortgages and more.
Yahoo! Search is a search engine which competes with MSN Search and market leader Google. Yahoo! relied on Google results from 26 June 2000 to 18 February 2004, but returned to using its own technology after acquiring Inktomi and Overture (which owned AlltheWeb and AltaVista). Yahoo! Search uses a crawler named Yahoo! Slurp.
Yahoo! Search Marketing is based on Overture, which Yahoo! acquired. The service is the pioneer of pay-based inclusion in search engines, and also delivers targeted ads similar to Google AdSense.
Yahoo! Shopping is which competes with eBay and Amazon. It allows users to search for, compare and buy products online.
Yahoo! Small Business offers web hosting, domain names and e-commerce services for small businesses.
Yahoo! Sports offers sports news, including scores, statistics, and fixtures. It includes a “fantasy team” game.
Yahoo! Tech offers reviews and advice for buying and using electronics.
  • Yahoo! Telemundo
A Spanish service of Yahoo! affiliated with The Telemundo Network (Owned by NBC Universal)
Yahoo! Travel offers travel guides, booking and reservation services.
Yahoo! TV offers TV listings and scheduled recordings on Tivo box remotely.
Yahoo! Video is a video sharing site.
Yahoo! Widgets is a cross-platform desktop widget runtime environment. It used to be a widget program called Konfabulator for Mac OS X until Yahoo! bought it.
Yahoo! Kids is a children’s version of the Yahoo! portal. It also offers some online safety tips.
Bix is a contest website acquired by Yahoo!.
Kelkoo is a shopping search engine which operates in 10 European countries. It was acquired by Yahoo! in 2004.
del.icio.us is a social bookmarking website which allows users to store and share bookmarks online. Yahoo! bought it on 9 December 2005.
  • blo.gs – a directory of recently updated weblogs,
blo.gs is a directory of recently updated weblogs, purchased by Yahoo! in June 2005.
Dialpad is a phone company. Now Yahoo! Voice.
Flickr is a popular photo sharing service which Yahoo! purchased on 29 March 2005.
upcoming.org is a social event calendar which Yahoo! acquired on 5 October 2005.

One Response to “Microyahoosoft!”

  1. lorozoro Says:

    oooohhh. Thats alot of merging to do

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