Hotmail is web-based email, with more active users like Gmail. Hotmail has received several updates after it has been bought by the company of Bill Gates Microsoft, going through MSN and currently with a total change of interface and adding a lot of services and tools is renamed Outlook. Many users wondered if changing domain to Outlook.com would bring them problems with their old Hotmail.com accounts. The answer is positive for users, who will not lose their addresses in the domain migration and also at the time of creating account Hotmail has both email address options. Example: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Among the new features of the new Outlook, we have a cleaner and intuitive interface, greater security for our emails, better administration of spam, total synchronization with our mobile phone with Windows Phone, among other tools and services.
Every time we type the address to enter from Hotmail.com will be redirected automatically to the new Outlook. Despite the change of image and colors, we have to look for the box to start session. Once we have placed our e-mail address we click on “next” and in the next box we enter the access password and finally we click on “sign in” or press enter on our keyboard and we will automatically enter to the inbox of the webmail Free of Microsoft and we will be able to review incoming emails and respond, forward or simply compose a new mail. Continue reading