Windows Live Hotmail is a simple way to get a free email address, accessible from anywhere. Hotmail has the advantage of being free, fast, seldom broken and has some nice features such as a proven antispam system a robust anti-virus and anti-phishing features to avoid getting ripped off. In addition, there is a Windows Live ID required to use Skype, Xbox Live or any online service offered by Microsoft (network NET Passport Network) account.
Hotmail.com has been changed to Outlook.com
February 19, 2013, Microsoft announced that the new version of its messaging service out of his stage "Preview": the transition to the new interface has been effective for all users of Hotmail.com on summer.
Your Hotmail account will become accessible at Outlook.com
Create an email address
To create a Hotmail (@hotmail.com) account, simply create an account NET Passport, by making registration via this address
Subscribe to Hotmail
Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your account. Personal information about you will be requested by Microsoft. It is not necessary to fill in all the fields with exact information about yourself if you wish for the information to remain confidential. However, if you forget password or lose access to your account, such information can be useful to recover it. So be sure to remember the information you enter.
After creating your new Hotmail account, go on this page: https://login.live.com
to log in, with the associated password you just created.
Easy and quick!
Choose a good password
To create a password (and possible "secret question" combined), it is advisible to follow some tips which are simple and effective to choose a good password
Original article published by Jeff
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