Facebook Asks Users To Install Messenger For Windows

Just days after officially rolling out Messenger for Windows, Facebook has begun prompting people to install the application.

Some Facebook users who are running Windows 7 are seeing a prompt in the bottom, right-hand corner of their home pages.

The prompt asks users if they want to install Facebook Messenger for Window. Clicking yes leads to a guide through the installation process.

The app was made available to the public at the end of December, and officially launched Monday.

Readers: Have you seen a prompt on your homepage similar to the one pictured here?

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