Fixing The Issues With MSN Auto Sign Out

The Windows Live Messenger (formerly MSN Messenger) was first launched on July 22 1999. The social networking app from Microsoft was the first of its kind and became an instant hit since its launch. The application allowed the users to connect, exchange texts, audio and video files. The application was developed to work well on Windows, Xbox, Blackberry OS, IOS, Java ME, S60 on Symbian OS 9.x and Zune HD. As a part of global rebranding, the MSN messenger that was branded under MSN was rebranded as Windows Live Messenger in the year 2005. As of the survey reports of 2009, around 330 million people were using Windows Live Messenger. Post the acquisition of Skype by Microsoft, Microsoft discontinued the chat service officially and started promoting Skype.

Although Microsoft Windows discontinued MSN messenger officially, it still provides online support for resolving the problems and issues with MSN. The MSN messenger comes bundled with the Windows XP operating system. Since MSN and Windows Live uses the Microsoft's .NET passport, you will be able to sign into your Windows Messenger account with your MSN account information, even if you have only used MSN Messenger. This will bring up the auto signing issue. You will get automatically logged into your MSN account when you sign into your Windows Live Messenger account. Changing the default settings will help you tackle down the issues with automatic sign-out. Follow the instructions explained below to fix the issues of MSN Auto Sign Out.

Microsoft chat instructions to fix the issues of Auto Sign Out. 

Switch on your device and log on to your Administrator account. If you have no access to the Administrator account, click on log-in as the guest.
Start the Microsoft Windows Messenger software. To launch the application, either click on the desktop shortcut label or the shortcut plugged on to the taskbar. If no desktop shortcut or the taskbar shortcut exists, launch the application from the Start menu.
From the menu bar placed on top, click on the label that reads Tools. From the Tools dropdown, select the label that reads Options.
From the Options window, select the Preferences tab. Remove the tick mark from the box next to the label that reads Run Windows Messenger when Windows starts.
Hit the OK button to save the changes made. Windows messenger will no longer start automatically and sign you out from the MSN Messenger application.

For detailed stepwise guidance drop in a call on our toll free 24/7 Microsoft chat number. Follow the above guidelines to fix MSN auto sign-out issue.  
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