Windows® Live Mail Updates
Learn about Windows Live Mail and its updates.
Windows Live Mail is the latest e-mail client form Microsoft Windows Live set for products. It is meant for replacing older e-mail programs like Outlook Express and Windows Mail. Windows Live Mail offers a user-friendly interface with several added features. You can set up multiple e-mail accounts, including web-based accounts like Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo! Mail in it. Windows Live Mail’s additional features include Photo E-Mail, through which you can send high-resolution photographs as thumbnails with e-mails. This means that the recipient's inbox will no longer be congested with large attachments.
Windows Live Mail has several enhanced security features to offer effective protection against undesired e-mail messages and phishing attacks. It is an excellent tool to handle e-mail messages. With Windows Live Mail, you can subscribe to RSS feeds from different websites and blogs, and have them delivered to you inbox. It has custom layouts and quick views with which you can change colors, move columns, and modify the layout to get only what you want to see. Thus, using this e-mail client saves your time.
Details regarding Windows Live Mail updates :
- Windows Live Mail updates for replacing older e-mail clients like Outlook Express
- Windows Live Mail update installation problems
- System requirements for installing Windows Live® Mail and its updates
Windows Live Mail updates for replacing older e-mail clients like Outlook Express
Windows Live Mail is the latest application introduced by Microsoft with Windows 7. It includes many features that are not included in the older versions, like Windows Mail and Outlook Express. Windows Live Mail can now properly import Outlook Express e-mail account settings that were transferred from a Windows XP to a Windows Vista or Windows 7 system using the Windows Easy Transfer Wizard.
Windows Live Mail update installation problems
There are situations where you might encounter problems while installing and updating Windows Live Mail. In some cases, after you close Windows Live Mail, the program appears to close, but the ‘wlmail.exe’ process still continues to run in the background. This process prevents Windows Live Mail from launching the next time you try to open it.
The system requirements needed to install Windows Live Mail on your system include the following: The operating system should be Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (32-bit edition only), Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit editions), Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit editions), or Windows Server 2008. The processor should be 1 GHz or higher for Windows 7 or Windows Vista and 800 MHz or higher for Windows XP. Windows Live Mail needs a 512MB RAM for Windows 7 or Windows Vista and 128MB RAM (256MB or more recommended) for Windows XP. An Internet connection is a must for installing updates for the e-mail client.
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