Submitted by Vyralize 938d ago | news

Hotmail brand name officially dead. Say hello to Outlook.com

Vyralize: It’s official, the Hotmail name is no more. Welcome to Outlook.com (Hotmail, Outlook.com, Services, Web)

Vyralize  +   938d ago
It looks pretty neat!
Kalowest  +   937d ago
It's MS so ppl are automatically are going to hate it.
Gondee  +   937d ago
I always felt Hotmail was kinda gimmicky and 90's feeling. Outlook is much more recognizable and corresponds with Microsofts premier email client. Good move MS
ChrisW  +   937d ago
I've had my Hotmail account since 1995, so I never thought of it feeling as such.
Gondee  +   937d ago
Im talking about the name, having @hotmail at the end of your email looks unprofessional to me. Like some internet craze name from the 90's, which it is lol
The_KELRaTH  +   937d ago
I'm fine with @live.com
aviator189  +   937d ago
I really dig the look of outlook.
spartanlemur   937d ago | Trolling | show | Replies(1)
r21  +   937d ago
Well, this sucks. I like 'hotmail', made my email's title feel bit fancy.
The_KELRaTH  +   937d ago
Just looks like everything has been stripped down - no themes, limited colour choices, 2D icons etc

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