I still catch a lot of grief about my email address. Everyone seems to have moved onto Gmail, but I was not quick enough to snag a good variation of my name, so I got stuck with a combination of shortening my first name to its initial and adding numbers at the end. I am not a fan of that and prefer an email address that is my name or at least close enough with underscores or periods separating it. I have tried putting a number instead of a letter, like using a 3 instead of an E, but it sometimes goes straight to spam instead of helping me out. That is why, against the grain, I have stayed using Hotmail for my email. Laugh it up. I fell in love early and never got over it.
The thing about Hotmail is that it has not existed in a long time. The mail service was created in 1996 and was sold to Microsoft a year later for $400 million. Microsoft launched it as MSN Hotmail in the early going and then rebranded it later to Windows Live Hotmail in the Windows Live Suite of products that included certain specialized software like Movie Maker, OneCare (antivirus), Photo Gallery, and Writer (for blogging). Microsoft continued support for Hotmail until the final version was released in 2011, but it was replaced by Outlook in 2013, which was bundled more appropriately with Microsoft Office. Hotmail addresses still exist today, but the service that I use for email is actually just Outlook, which means that Hotmail users are good candidates for private Microsoft Outlook tutors. They are also probably Luddites stuck in the past, which is why tutoring is good to help you get with the times.
You might think that email is as straightforward as sending and receiving, but you will make a lot of mistakes if you do not consider the other features. There are some things that you might only use once every five years, but if you do it wrong, everything goes out of whack. That is why it is important to search for Microsoft Outlook tutors near me. You do not want to end up unprepared.