Download Windows Live Writer 2009 [Microsoft Live Essentials]

Microsoft rolled out their new software suite, which contains updates to their desktop based software which include Messenger, Mail, Photo Gallery, Toolbar, Writer, Family Safety, Movie Maker Beta, Connecter, Silverlight and Microsoft Office Live Add-in to upload your documents to your online workspace.

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However on new change in this Microsoft Live Essentials is the introduction of Windows Live Writer 2009 which consists of several new and exciting changes over the earlier version. WLW 2009 also sports a new logo, which is much better than the earlier one.

The best features in the latest version, include the ability to insert multiple photos, ability to insert a video and publish it to your YouTube account, insert images from windows live photo albums and server-side tagging for .

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Windows Live Writer 2009 Features

  • Instant photoborder treatment
  • Insert multiple photos
  • Insert and upload Windows Live photo albums
  • Insert and publish video to YouTube
  • Server-side tagging with WordPress.com or WordPress 2.7
  • Type-down filtering in the Open dialog
  • Improved blog account setup
  • Windows Live Spaces inline preview support
  • Support for bidirectional languages
  • Updated look and feel
  • Spell checking in: Arabic, Basque, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, English (Australia), Estonian, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Turkish, and Ukrainian

In addition to this, you can also download three new Windows Live Writer plugin which include Flickr Upload, Digg This and notify plugin.

Download Windows Live Writer 2009 and Windows Live Essentials

4 thoughts on “Download Windows Live Writer 2009 [Microsoft Live Essentials]”

  1. I have used an earlier version of WLW and it is one of the best for creating blog posts. I was hesitant to install this software — I have an inherent distrust of Microsoft, but their “Live” series is good stuff. They understand that people don’t use ONLY Microsoft software and websites. It feels MUCH more open than their Office apps.

    Also, there’s a typo in the 2nd paragraph “However on new change …” I assume you meant “However one new change…”

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