It is fantastic to see such a turnout on this issue,everyone's choices,decisions,are equally valid regardless of whether someone else agrees or not.
As for me,I sincerely can't see anyone using Trilliam as an instant messenger--unless your new,don't/didn't have any other messengers to start with.I too,took it installed it and re-booted to finish off the process.Before I even got to try it,soon as it was loaded,it took complete control of Yahoo and Msn,removed all addresses from them and disabled them.Deleted it asap,had to re-install both Yahoo and Msn.The only one it didn't begger up was Skype.I'm pretty much game to try any and all new products but there's no way in heck a messenger program is going to dictate what I use or when.Have had no conflicts with either Yahoo or Msn since their earliest versions and Skype gets along well with both,all 3 running same time.Different strokes for different folks is the reason for 3.Those in different parts of the world like/prefer this or that and if you wish to communicate--well,you get the one they use,no argument there.
The only one I haven't experienced is Google.I have literally everything Google has to offer except Gmail.Don't need it with a premium browser with it's own email client built in and a 3gb storage for free.If and when Google ever disables/gives up that provision,I'll have Google IM tootsweet.Google is great otherwise,any and all features I have are instantly updated as something new is added without having to check it out myself.
Well,that's my nickles worth for today.Everyone have a swell Easter.Enjoy today as there may not be a tomorrow.SS
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