Outlook.com Premium is an affordable way to set up an online identity with a custom domain. But there are a few gotchas to know about.
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There's no announcement from Microsoft, but Outlook.com Premium has shed its Preview tag, meaning it is now generally available. The bad news? It's still offered only in the US.
Microsoft has expanded the testing of Focused Inbox for the Mail app in Windows 10, indicating that this feature will debut with or around the Creators Update.
Microsoft this week began rolling out an update to Cortana that makes the personal digital assistant's reminder capabilities a lot more sophisticated.
This week, Microsoft announced add-ins for Outlook Mobile, starting on iOS. This is an important step for Outlook Mobile and for mobile productivity apps in general.
While no one has ever asked to pay for Outlook.com, there are some associated paid Microsoft services that will make for a better overall experience.
While you can easily configure and use your Microsoft account on Windows, Android, and iOS, the Mac requires a bit more work.
Microsoft has fixed the inability to disable Skype notification sounds in its websites, and in doing so, they may have just saved my sanity as well.
I'm reorganizing my contacts this week, and like any other forms of digital decluttering, it's a time-consuming mess.
If you're anything like me, your Microsoft account is the core of your online identity. It's time for a check-up.
Here's a New Year's Resolution to embrace: It's time to take control of your online identity, which is comprised of multiple accounts.
In 2016, Microsoft took decisive steps away from its traditional roots and embraced a more open future in the cloud.
Microsoft says it is expanding the availability of its Focused Inbox functionality across the many confusing versions of Outlook it supports on Windows, Mac, mobile, and the web.
Microsoft has quietly opened the doors for its Outlook Premium service but the product is only being offered in the US at this time.
As you may have heard, Microsoft is finally nearing the completion of its migration to the new Outlook.com, which brings the look and feel and some of the functionality of the commercial Office 365 offerings to consumers. Here's a quick look at some of the key changes.