Hotmail Sign in Tips and Tricks | Hotmail Login

Hotmail sign in procedure is not a simple task, as Hotmail doesn’t exist now. Its functions are moved to the new Microsoft public E-mail service called Outlook.com, along with Hotmail login data and accounts. Try to sign in Hotmail using your old account data on Outlook.com; this is a main method of answering the question “How I can use my Hotmail account?

For years of its service, Hotmail E-mail service was one of most popular public mail services and a part of many registering or communicative actions such as MSN Live! accounts. So for those who want to use Hotmail sign in data with Outlook.com we can share some tips describing all steps of this process.

The list of tips is grouped by topics and is roughly divided by two general topics about Hotmail sign in login matters. It is represented as a set of frequently asked questions (Q) and typical answers (A). Let us begin to explain how to open Hotmail account and use it at present times.

Tips for Choosing Hotmail Login

Q: Can I register new Hotmail login with my personal Hotmail account data?

A: No. Hotmail is dead. You can't obtain a new Hotmail sign in data under any circumstances.

Q: Can I register a new Outlook.com address under the Hotmail login domain name, for example, anna1990 @hotmail.com?

A: Yes. Just specify @hotmail.com as a part of your Hotmail login email name when you are choosing your user email name in Outlook.com.

Q: All Hotmail sign in names I like are unavailable or linked to other users!

A: Be creative. For example, the name anna_the_mcmxc is much more original (if a bit more flatulent) than anna1990 («MCMXC» is a «1990» signed by Latin numerals).

Q: How can I secure my Hotmail account a bit more?

A: Try not to choose obvious passwords, stick to a bit more complex password structures. It's all that worth a public E-mail service account security.

Tips for Sign in Hotmail

Q: I can't log into Hotmail account!

A: Yes, you can't. These are no Hotmail service at present time. Use Outlook.com instead.

Q: How I can use my Hotmail login nowadays?

A: Try to perform Hotmail sign in using Outlook.com. In the field requiring an E-mail address, enter the full Hotmail sign in data, not just your username for sign in Hotmail. For example, use the name instead of just anna1990.

Q: Can I retrieve lost Hotmail sign in login data?

A: Yes, you may try. Press a link under the signing in button on a main Outlook.com page. You will be asked some questions that will help Outlook.com to retrieve your Hotmail login data, such as password.

Q: Can I sign in Hotmail automatically?

A: Just check the option below the password field to stay signed in with your Hotmail login data for a while.

Q: I always (or too often) forget or lose my Hotmail sign in login data!

A: Try to use one of these password-keeping utilities, such as Handy Password, to keep your Hotmail login email and password, along with other login/password pairs, under the protection of just one main key.

Q: I want to log in Hotmail email service using E-mail client. Can I do it?

A: Yes, if you specify Outlook.com instead of Hotmail.com E-mail server name. The E-mail account name still is a suffix hotmail.com when you are describing log in to Hotmail.

Q: Can I add some level to security of sign in my Hotmail account login procedure?

A: Do not use auto-filling on public computers and, perhaps, on mobile devices, too. That will reduce the risk of fall of your Hotmail sign in account data into other’s hands.

To login to your your Hotmail automatically, please do the following:

  • Download and install Handy Password;
  • Turn on Handy Password toolbar in Internet Explorer/Firefox;
  • Go to login.passport.net;
  • Enter your Hotmail email address and password;
  • Click the "Save" button on the Handy Password toolbar;
  • Check the "Show on Toolbar" checkbox in the opened "Save card" dialog;
  • Press "Enter".

From now on, to login to Hotmail automatically, just click "Hotmail login" button on the Handy Password toolbar.

Hotmail password recovered and saved in Handy Password
 

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