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Run multiple Yahoo Messenger and Google Talk on your system

With a little tweak in the Yahoo Messenger and Google Talk we can run multiple instances of Yahoo Messenger and Google Talk on a system and login with different Id’s.


FOR YAHOO MESSENGER
  • Go to Start -> Run -> Type regedit -> Press Enter
  • Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER->> Software ->> Yahoo ->> pager ->>Test
  • Right click on test -> choose new Dword value .
  • Rename it as Plural.
  • Double click it -> assign a decimal value of 1.
  • Close registry -> Restart yahoo messenger.


FOR GOOGLE TALK
  • Create a shortcut of Google Talk messenger on your desktop or any other location.
  • Right click on the Google Talk messenger icon and select properties option
  • Modify target location text from this :
  • “c:\program files\google\google talk\googletalk.exe” /startmenu
  • to
  • “c:\program files\google\google talk\googletalk.exe” /nomutex
  • Click OK
  • Start Google Talk

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