Goodbye MSN and Hotmail! Welcome Skype and Outlook!
Microsoft has upgraded its webmail and instant messenger products. Both Hotmail and MSN?messenger?have to moved to Outlook and Skype.
One of the great things about?Skype?is it will be able to communicate with Microsoft Lync which is the instant messenger solution for businesses. The new interface for Outlook is very nice and fast.
This infographic gives a little history on hotmail and MSN messenger, take a look and see how far?Microsoft?has come from its early days.
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4 thoughts on “Goodbye MSN and Hotmail! Welcome Skype and Outlook!”
Its a nice update I must admit 🙂
I don’t use outlook.com myself. But I’m glad they moved everyone to skype. Once we get our internal lync federated with skype we’ll be able to use our on prem lync to talk to anyone on skype!
I must admit that the interface of outlook is quite pleasing to the eyes. It looks far more decent than Google’s Gmail.
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