While you can easily configure and use your Microsoft account on Windows, Android, and iOS, the Mac requires a bit more work.
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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.
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Microsoft has been plotting a major upgrade to its Outlook.com web email service for quite some time. But despite many delays, it appears that the upgrade is final accelerating. And many readers have questions about what is happening.
Microsoft today announced a number of new features coming to Outlook.com, plus one for Outlook on the Web, part of Office 365. Key among them is support for Google Drive and Facebook photos.
In May 2015, Microsoft announced a major update to its consumer-focused Outlook.com service, which would include changes to its front-end user experience and back-end infrastructure. Today, Microsoft literally has no idea when it will ever complete this migration.
A new error message inside the calendar feature of Outlook.com states that the upgrade will not be completed until the first half of 2017 which means they will miss the summer deadline.