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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by GNOMEX, Jan 31, 2013.

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  1. GNOMEX

    GNOMEX Thread Starter

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    could you please advise how to remove hotmail from my computer
    I have tried to obtain info from hootmail but have had no luck
    thank you
     
  2. TerryNet

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    Sorry, but I have no idea what it means to have "hotmail" on or in a computer. Please explain.

    To me Hotmail (hotmail.com) is a free email service and resides only on Microsoft servers.
     
  3. Benoit99

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    Hotmail is now outlook. That's a web service Gnomex..
     
  4. TerryNet

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    Not true. Hotmail (hotmail.com) is still Hotmail. No new accounts are being accepted, but "old" accounts are still active.
     
  5. GNOMEX

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    I realise it is web service
    however I wish to delete it from myPC
     
  6. Benoit99

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    You want to unlink your account? Go to mail, press windows + i > Accounts> Select outlook> Disable notifications and sync.
     
  7. GNOMEX

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    you advise go to mail
    where do i find MAIL thank you
     
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