How to Fix Hotmail Problems

What is Hotmail?

Hotmail is a free Web-based email service. Microsoft, as a portion of its respective Windows Live group operates it. It is presently the biggest Web-based electronic mail service. It is very much like all of the other main webmail services because it makes use of the Ajax programming methods and supports all well-known Internet browsers.


Hotmail Features:


Steps to fixing the Hotmail problems:

  1. Go to https://login.live.com and try out the secure Hotmail login page.
  2. Clear the cache of your Web browser.
  3. Be sure that the cookies are enabled and erase your cookies.
  4. Update the Adobe Flash Player on your system.
  5. Execute a page refresh. After you have logged in the blank page, press down the "control key." And then press the F5 key on your keyboard.
  6. If you are using an Internet Explorer browser, try making use of Mozilla Firefox. Download and set up the newest Firefox and then use Firefox to access Hotmail.
  7. Check your anti-virus program and be sure that it is updated.
  8. Update and launch your anti-spyware software.
  9. Do you have other firewall or security programs set up like BitDefender or Zone Alarm? Consider downloading and installing the newest versions. On the other hand, if you already have the latest version, attempt reinstalling it.
  10. Reset your Internet browser security and privacy configurations to the defaults.
  11. If you use the IE browser, download and reinstall the newest version of the Internet Explorer program. After you have upgraded and reinstalled IE, try launching Hotmail.com and find out if you can login.
  12. Aside from making use of the DNS servers of the Internet Service Providers, utilize the OpenDNS servers.
  13. Occasionally, Hotmail is the issue. Wait for an hour and attempt to login again by directing to Hotmail.com.
  14. Try rebooting your PC.

Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies.
Microsoft is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.