Logging in on Hotmail Immediately, once you signed in Hotmail, you are shown on screen a Hotmail sign in page. The said page displays an information section about requirements using the Hotmail, found on the left page, which will be asked on the would-be user and on the right are textboxes, checkboxes, buttons, links which will come useful when the user logs in. An option is provided to users on whether they would prefer that the system keep them signed in or requiring the password and email address of user every time they check on their emails. Displayed on the sign-in screen is a field known as “Windows Live ID.” Then the next field shown is the password which is used in starting an account. Once these two fields are met, the users are given the option of allowing the system to take these into account. If you click on the “remember me on this computer” box, this allows for the operating system to create a “cookie” that will automatically store your email address each time you open the page. Bear in mind that the system will keep on displaying your email address on screen if you use the same browser, as this will not work on a different browser. Users are also given the option on whether they want the system to remember their password by checking the “remember my password” box or un-checking it. Once you check the box, Hotmail will immediately open you mails by leaving out the log in page. It is, therefore, important that you check the “remember my password” box, if you desire the system to automatically open your mails. Regular use of this set up will allow the browser to shift into a setting where the log-in page is automatically opened.
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You also have a choice of using the default security setting which is sufficient to allow for protection from hacking on your mails or illegal access on your mails. If you think that you have to have protection of your communication mails from hacking or illegal interventions, you may want to check on the default security setting. Then all you need to do is to click on the security setting link for it to work on automatically preventing any form of hacking to take place in your communication mails. Clicking on the default setting will allow the system to use an encrypted page but will shift to normal setting of sending and receiving mails after the user logs-in. Once the default security setting is used, there will be a change in color of the address bar signifying that the extended validation certificate is in full use.
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With the above tutorial, one can easily access and sign-in on Hotmail. With all the available options to choose, Hotmail sign in should be easy and accessible. Therefore, the enhanced security setting provides for better protection on your emails once you try signing in on Hotmail.