Posted 07 February 2010 - 12:58 PM
I'm a Verizon customer and use the MSN Premium browser. When I got my new laptop with Win 7 and tried to download the MSN Premium software, I got the OS not compatible message. A little research turned up that Microsoft is not supporting MSN Premium anymore, so they won't be dealing with the problem. I've seen that someone has found a registry edit that will allow the download to a Win 7 machine, but I'm wondering if its really worth the trouble. If I could get my contact list and my Favorites off of MSN Premium and save them to the regular IE browser, I would just do that, but there doesn't seem to be a straightforward way to do that.
Any help and advice would be apppreciated.