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Hotmail is a free email service developed and provided by Microsoft. It was founded in 1996 by Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith in Mountain View, California, and headquartered in Sunnyvale. Windows Live services are easily accessible from anywhere. And recently, Microsoft updated the security settings for Hotmail users.

Although in 2013, Hotmail email has become Outlook, in the user's mind it is still Hotmail, or at least referring to it that way. In the easy way, because Hotmail is the most popular email in 15 years. So Login Hotmail and Outlook are the same.

Each user that signs up for a Hotmail account will get 5GB worth of storage space and 25GB of space on Windows Live SkyDrive (now OneDrive).

Business and organizations can also get Hotmail for their own domain name.

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