Sign Into Hotmail With One Click

Description

Did you know that you can sign into Hotmail with just one click? Neither did I, until I saw this post on Windows Live Chronicles blog. Here's how it works:

  1. Install the "Windows Live Sign In Assistant." Currently, this comes with Windows Live Messenger if you check the option to "Install Windows Live Sign-in Assistant."
  2. Go to http://mail.live.com instead of http://www.hotmail.com
  3. Check "Remember on this computer", and "Remember my password," then click "Login."
  4. Repeat process if you have more than one account. (For details on those steps, see their blog post.)
  5. From now on, you can access your mailbox from mail.live.com with one click! 

The Discussion

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    Robert MacLean

    Too bad Microsoft doesn't have a technology which uses info cards stored on your machine which they could use to handle sign in....oh wait they do have that (called card space), too bad they don't use it. Nah, they just going into reinventing the wheel again...*Sigh*

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    Robert MacLean

    Too bad Microsoft doesn't have a technology which uses info cards stored on your machine which they could use to handle sign in....oh wait they do have that (called card space), too bad they don't use it. Nah, they just going into reinventing the wheel again...*Sigh*

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    H.S.Manohar

    What is wrong with hotmail.com?  I have been trying to sign in to my account which I have been
    using past ten years. Every time you make some changes I could figure it out with a little bit
    of struggle. But this time I am unable to log in even after several attempts for the past one week?

  • User profile image
    H.S.Manohar

    What is wrong with hotmail.com?  I have been trying to sign in to my account which I have beenusing past ten years. Every time you make some changes I could figure it out with a little bitof struggle. But this time I am unable to log in even after several attempts for the past one week?

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