Today Microsoft released an update for Windows Live Essentials 2011 in all 48 languages. Although the company didn’t release any change log about this update, according to Microsoft, this is a minor release, which includes many updates across all the programs in the Essential package, including Windows Live Messenger, Mail, Photo Gallery, Movie Maker, Family Safety, Writer, and Mesh.
In the coming weeks, customers on Windows Vista SP2 and Windows 7 will receive a notification prompting them to upgrade to the new version. Since this release has critical fixes for the Essentials package, in a few months, the update will become required for all eligible customers.
Current customers moving from Windows Live Essentials 2009 to 2011 will see a whole host of new features, including new social features in Windows Live Messenger, the ability to chat with Facebook friends, photo fuse in Photo Gallery, new themes in Movie Maker, and much more
Download the update now at the Windows Live Essentials website.