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Like most teenagers growing up in the late 90s / early 00s, MSN Messenger made me realize that there was more to life than having to talk face to face.
You could even declare your undying love for someone behind the safe smokescreen of your computer by just typing it, which let's be honest, is much, much easier.
Microsoft announced on 29 August, that it will be switching off its Chinese MSN service, which brings an end to 15 years of an instant messaging platform that changed the way humans communicate across the globe.
Most people will be aware that MSN was turned off for most users after Microsoft bought rival Skype in 2013, but you might not be aware that users in China continued to use it.
By 31 October 2014, however, all users of the old service will be transferred to Skype.
Here are some of the biggest headlines from MSN's short but dare we say it, important contribution to instant messaging.
The early years In 1999, MSN was launched by Microsoft to rival AOL's Aim service.
It began life as a plain text messaging service, with a manageable contact list.
In 2001, with the launch of the now defunct Windows XP, MSN allowed voice conversations and the grouping of contacts for the first time.
The service became customizable in 2003, with personalized avatars, emoticons and theme colors.
Chatroom closure: child safety issues But there was a setback in 2003, when MSN closed its chat room services in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America and in most of Asia, citing issues of child safety as the reason behind the closure, although some criticized the move, arguing the reasons behind it were actually economical.
Research from the Cyberspace Research Center, revealed at the time, that one in five children aged 9 to 16 regularly used chat rooms, with more than half having engaged in sex chat.
The middle years By 2005 MSN was starting to lose some of its charm.