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Microsoft Facebook V1.2 CAB Now Available
Facebook is the largest social network in the world, naturally Microsoft created an application for it. This application recently received an update, the updated version has been made available in the app store on February 19th. Now a CAB is available for everyone due to the effort by one of our members.
Originally posted by Drakkner
A new version of Microsoft Facebook 1.2 is available on the Marketplace; Here you can find attached the CAB file (1.2 a.k.a. 184.108.40.206).
This version is out on the Windows Marketplace for Professional devices so it should work on every WM 6.5.x touchscreen phone and screen resolution.
If you should experience any problems, let me know so that I can add them to the bug list
If you had my previous 220.127.116.11 CAB, please remove that using the remove programs applet prior to install the new update.
– Download and install “Microsoft Facebook 18.104.22.168.cab”. This is the original Microsoft Facebook CAB available on the marketplace.
– The previous 22.214.171.124 install files are still attached for archive reasons.
CURRENT VERSION: 126.96.36.199
– Bugfixes (?)
– Pokes seems to be working now.
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