If you're a Gmail, Hotmail, or Yahoo user, you may want to change your password right now. A huge stash of hacked account credentials has been discovered being traded on web forums. Here's what you should know.
An announcement by Microsoft has officially signaled the demise of the famed email service Hotmail, with Outlook moving in to fill its place having finally shaken off its seemingly everlasting Preview status. Although the end of Hotmail will perhaps be a poignant for a few within the Redmond camp, it has been a long time coming, and even though it seems like a big transition, the look and feel of Hotmail has borrowed from Outlook for a while now.
Microsoft recently released a dedicated Hotmail app for Android which we we will be talking about today.
E-Mail account hijacking is a big problem in our digital age. The convenience of sending instantaneous information electronically has seen handwritten letters nearing extinction. Many people rely greatly on their e-mail accounts for work as well as to keep up with those closest to them. Microsoft’s Hotmail service has long been soft a target for hacks and attacks, and is now upping the ante in order to protect its customers.
Looks like Microsoft has really heard their users this time! This time they have really come up with some exciting new features which has really made Hotmail far more feature rich, and easier to use. Here are some of the most key changes that has been made to this latest version of Windows Live Hotmail.