To log into Hotmail, go to the Microsoft account log-in page and enter your Hotmail e-mail address and associated password. If the e-mail address is already saved on the log-in page, select it and enter your password. Click "sign in."Continue Reading
If the account log-in page shows a different saved e-mail address, click "sign in with a different Microsoft account." If using a shared computer, make sure not to check the box that says "keep me signed in" if you don't want another user having access to your account.
Hotmail converted to Outlook.com, affecting over 400,000,000 worldwide accounts. Improvements and upgrades to the e-mail services include a more modern interface and two-factor authentication.Learn more about E-mail
Failure to sign in to Hotmail (rebranded to Outlook) is typically due to things such as entering an incorrect email address or password, typing with the Caps Lock activated, or a maintenance or outage problem. A hacker may have also gained unauthorized access to the account and changed the password.Full Answer >
A user has to own and log into a Hotmail account to find out if another person has a Hotmail address. Hotmail has a directory similar to a phone book that contains a list of names of users and their respective Hotmail addresses. Web email directories can help as well.Full Answer >
The best way to reset a Hotmail or Live.com password without the secret answer is to go to the account and have a code sent to the account carrier's phone or request a reset link via an alternative email account. Once the reset link has been sent or the code has been sent to the phone, simply enter it into the space provided and regain access to the account.Full Answer >
To set up a Hotmail account, go to Microsoft's account creation page, and fill out the necessary information. Users can choose between "@hotmail.com" and "@outlook.com" for their email address.Full Answer >