Garuda Messenger is a Chat Service Client. There are many chat services on the internet like Yahoo, MSN, AIM, Google Talk etc. Garuda aims to provide a client environment to all those messenger services under one roof. So that users who have accounts in all those services need not download and use separate clients for each one of them. With Garuda you can use only one client and access those services, thus avoiding confusion for novice users of internet. Garuda is inspired from other such softwares like Gaim(Currently Pidgin) and Miranda. Presently, Garuda Messenger is a client for only Google Talk (Jabber Protocol). Soon other messenger service clients will be integrated. Requirements: CPU: 800 MHz Intel or AMD CPU RAM: 256MB RAM or more OS: Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista .NET Framework 2.0 or above (Vista users need not download .NET framework separately) Internet Explorer 6.0 or above Flash plug-in for Internet Explorer (Optional) – For the video playback
How to send videos to a friend: For YouTube videos, you can send the link of the video page as a message to your friend. Video will be displayed automatically inside chat window for you as well as your friend. For other sites however, you must follow couple of steps. Copy the embedded source text of the video that the website provides. Type “video:” without quotes in the chat window and then paste the embedded source text that you copied in the first step So for example the website provides a source like -
The greatest video ever made Then the message you have to send will be: video:The greatest video ever made
How to send images/pictures to a friend: You can send images in the same way. Replace the first word (‘video’ in above case) with image and the embedded source with link of the image. So to send an image with link , message will be image:
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