Outlook is a free e-mail service and is offered by Microsoft.Outlook was formally known as Hotmail and Windows Live Hotmail.Hi, I'm dealing with the following issue:- I can ping and recieve return with no packet loss- I can use msn messenger- I can ping my router and othr networked computers- I cannot connect to web pages via IE7- I cannot update AVG free - "connection to update server failed"- The computer has been rebooted numerous times- The internet is known to be working because I'm posting from it.The computer runs Windows XP SP2 is connected by ethernet to the router. My "Network Connections" tab in the Control Panel reads: Lan or High-speed internet- 1394 Connection - disabled- LAN connection - connected I am now rather stumped. I upgraded Internet Explorer to Version 8, and I’ve always had MSN as my homepage. Sometimes they don’t even ask and just do it, which to me is simply unacceptable.Now, suddenly, the MSN homepage has changed to something called “Preview MSN”. Since I create and use my own custom browser home page, it’s more than a little annoying when it gets changed out from underneath me. It’s actually fairly annoying, but many software installation programs these days will offer to change your browser’s home page “for you” to whatever they think it should be.So yes, let me show you how to reset it, and throw out a tip or two to avoid it being changed again “for you” in the future.
At IFA, we saw the slight rebranding starting to place in the Bing apps on Windows Phone.Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free.You'll be able to ask questions about Windows 10 or chat with the community and help others.Head into the Windows Phone Store and you'll see updates for Bing Travel, Bing Finance, Bing Sports, Bing Food & Drink, Bing Health & Fitness, Bing News and Bing Weather. Play around with the new MSN apps and let us know if you notice any new features!On Windows 8.1 we're only seeing an update for Bing Finance, which also turns it into MSN Money.CAUTION: Scammers are attempting to rip off consumers by offering fake support for Outlook.