Hotmail is now part of the Outlook email service that forms the organized email domain of Microsoft. The sign in Hotmail process is through a unified domain or login Hotmail panel that provides access to any of the several services that Microsoft provides.
Changes in sign in process of Hotmail
If you are an old user of Hotmail, there are several changes that have come by when you wish to log in and use your old Hotmail account. Here are some points to know:
- The Hotmail domain does not have a separate existence and it is merged with outlook.com.
- Even if you type in Hotmail.com in your web browser window, you will be redirected to outlook.com.
- Here you will find a common login panel for all Microsoft account services; this is a difference from the usual login panel that was provided in the Hotmail domain earlier or on MSN.
- You need to key in your full email address as the username; this is another point of difference from the earlier way of signing in.
The other aspects of saving your login details remain the same. Once you login for the first time through outlook.com, you will want to save your login details to not have to key in these details every time you wish to check your email.