Microsoft is replacing its Hotmail webmail service with a new browser-based version of Outlook, its desktop email application. The company said the new webmail site will have a cleaner look and work well with smartphones and tablets. It will remove display ads and large search boxes that take up space
No doubt about it: Outlook.com looks great. The user interface for the hotmail redesign just announced by Microsoft is crisp and clean. I am a fan of spaces. Social and Skype integrations seem to be winning, and the newsletter filter looks like the inbox salute. Here’s the kicker: When you
Outlook.com, Microsoft’s relaunch for Hotmail, has already seen over a million new signups from users wanting to try it. The wilds also quickly grabbed available email addresses, beating the Microsoft CEO in the fist by typing [email protected] and [email protected], for example. While these addresses were undoubtedly acquired for fun, there
For so long Hotmail, we hardly knew you – Microsoft has ditched the Hotmail brand and ported its webmail service to Outlook.com. Outlook.com, which launched as a preview, brings Microsoft’s Windows Metro design elements to your email and aims to tackle spam and irrelevant greymail right out of your inbox.