Microsoft celebrates Outlook.com's first birthday since replacing Hotmail
Microsoft is celebrating the birthday of Outlook.com, which turned one today. The new email service replaced Hotmail last year, offering a revamped user experience, as well as new features and integration with other Microsoft products. Being well-received, Microsoft has updated the service numerous times since launch, implementing fixes and improvements highlighted in consumer feedback.
In a blog post today, Microsoft's Dick Craddock noted, "the average number of monthly feedback submissions for Outlook.com is about 50 times what we received with Hotmail." This is evident by seeing what's been added. Here's a cool infographic showing some of the top features that have been implemented through request.
The blog post continues to cover reliability, speed and the other 600 improvements added. It's worth checking out, and be sure to continue leaving feedback for further improvements to be applied.
Source: Outlook Blog (opens in new tab), via: PC Mag
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By Jez Corden
Office drive could be an option with the 365 route they stepped in, seeying Google has blended drive and docs too.
Still, at the moment, Skydrive really looks like "the place where you save everything", just like Dropbox and giving it the Office label wouldn't cover it properly.
Most people know, but the people I commented to clearly didn't, because they thought MS is just Xboxing everything randomly.
Though, if they follow privious renamings, it's going to be something like "Windows Cloud Sync & Storage" or something else tacky.
And every other Google service...
Off topic, is there any good alternative for 'blogger'?
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And sorry to others who weren't as fortunate, lol.
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