How To Register @Live.com - Create New Account in Microsoft
And the startling news from Microsoft just keeps coming. Today's update tackles these changes head-on. www.Hotmail.com users will now, for example, be able to send up to 10 GB of photos and documents in a single message. Instead of sending these messages as attachments, however, Hotmail will simply route these files to the sender's Windows Live SkyDrive account (Microsoft's free online storage service), where the recipients can access them through a link. Thanks to the new Office Web Apps, recipients will also be able to see and edit Office documents right in the browser.
I wonder if you'll be able to help, as I think my (wife's) current issue may be related to this. She has a Microsoft (live”) account, since getting a Windows 10 PC, because that seemed a neat way to handle logging in. It also meant she could use to consolidate a couple of email accounts & make them available on the new PC (originally with Windows Live Mail client, then with Thunderbird - better messages when things didn't work occasionally!).
Until 2017, there are so many updates were made on Outlook and as a result Outlook became the simplest and the most powerful email service on the internet world. Furthermore, users can subscribe for Premium” subscription. It's another service which have large storage and no ads on user interface. Outlook users can now decided to pay for a better email service.
Some of the new improved features that were introduced include a new filtering system that allows users to highlight and delete newsletters completely with a click of the Delete or Unsubscribe button. Another feature that was introduced is Hotmail's new folder management system that lets users categorize their messages in the Inbox as opposed to having to file them in separate folders. To better organize your emails, there is also a scheduled cleanup option that automatically gets rid of emails of a certain age and sweep away old newsletters and out-of-date offers, letting users save emails that they want to keep.
Active View, Microsoft's typically obtuse label, actually refers to very cool functionality. Say your friend sends you an e-mail about the latest YouTube video showing accidental damage to a man's nether region. Instead of getting just a link to the video, you see a thumbnail of the pole-vaulting disaster and can play the video in a popup window right in your inbox. In addition to YouTube videos, the system also supports Hulu videos.
If you use more than one Hotmail email account in your small business, you can manage all of your accounts on your desktop with Microsoft Office Outlook 2010. It's a good idea to work with multiple business email accounts and keep your mail organized. For example, you can use one of the accounts to communicate with your employees and the second to communicate with your clients. Outlook allows you to add as many Hotmail accounts as you need to manage, so you can even add your personal Hotmail account.
Microsoft's "all in" cloud strategy has placed it on a head-on collision course with Google. In addition to Hotmail, Microsoft's other consumer and business cloud services continue to battle the search-engine giant on several fronts, including search (Bing vs. Google's core search franchise) and productivity (Office 365 vs. Google Apps).
You might have one Microsoft account that you use for Skype, XBox, OneDrive - or you might have several different Microsoft accounts, using different email addresses. They're free. It's possible to sign up multiple times and get them completely tangled and have no idea where you stand. It's easier if you only have one.