Now that Microsoft has imposed the Outlook.com interface to Hotmail, there is no going back. Previously, I covered the process which allowed users to revert back to old Hotmail interface, however it appears that the option has now been removed. Whether you like the new look or hate the Outlook.com interface (like me), you might be interested in changing your profile picture. Since this image will be going with your Continue Reading →
As we all know Microsoft has mashed up Microsoft Accounts with Skype, which means that you can now login to Skype using your Microsoft account and even merge your Microsoft and Skype I.D.s. If you are confused as to how you can login to Skype by Using a Microsoft account, then see the simple guide given below.
Due to the various changes made to the latest MS Office 2013 suite, the activation method has also been slightly altered, as users can now activate their copy of Office 2013 by not only entering a product key but also by logging in with a Microsoft or Organizational account. In a previous post I showed you “How To Get MS 2013 Trial Product Key”, in this post I will show Continue Reading →
In the hope of turning the wheels and making its webmail more attractive, Microsoft has reinvigorated the Hotmail user interface to provide what is suppose to be a more “user friendly” and enriched webmail experience. While most Hotmail users might not have shifted to the new UI, it is probably because many are still unaware of the change. You can now access Hotmail from the new Outlook.com URL, as well Continue Reading →
Recently, Microsoft has introduced a new interface for Hotmail and now you can also access your email via the Outlook.com URL. However, if you have recently changed your interface, then you might have been disappointed due to the lack luster UI that gives an over powering effect on the eyes. Furthermore, the available options to change the UI theme also seem to be quite ridiculous and it is hard to Continue Reading →
Microsoft seems to have admitted that Hotmail isn’t working as well as they would like. This is why they have launched a newer version of Hotmail, known as Outlook.com. In an attempt to reinvigorate the UI and make the webmail experience more user friendly, they have made a number of changes, including the addition of a Metro style user interface. If you have used the desktop version of MS Outlook, Continue Reading →