To make this work on XP, gmoon stated: "In XP, you can also disable messenger from "Services", which is found under Performance and Maintenance - Administrative Tools..." Antagonizer stated how to remove it from startup in a different way. I don't have the time needed to load the pages bloated with advertisements and gimmicks to read six words. I believe you are referring to the Messenger Service ( which is not the same as MSN Messenger, Windows Live Messenger and whatever other names MS has given their IM client.
click the down arrow that lets you select online, busy, away, etc. Instructables is only interested in selling its upgrades. In fact, it already has "startup type disabled" and service status is "stopped"Your instructions are lacking but you'll find them here: it doesn't work in XP.
But that, for some odd reason, doesn't work for me. :) Now scroll through the list to find "Messenger" Once you have found it, click the "disable" button.
Here's a different solution that should work for all versions.
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