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    System does not takes into Hotmail even logged in too

    I have installed Windows Xp on system. Previously I have installed Windows 7 where I found restart problem on it. So my Hardware assembler advised me to change to Windows Xp to support the processor. So I changed it to Windows XP. Now the problem is, Whenever I log in to Hotmail, it makes me into Microsoft Outlook. I do not know why this happens. I have checked all the settings in it but I could not found the right solution. When I log in to Hotmail, I am seeing Outlook.com. Is my account choosen to be upgraded automatically? How can I switch back to Hotmail?



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    Re: System does not takes into Hotmail even logged in too

    The problem is that your account was automatically upgraded from Hotmail to Outlook.com. Hotmail customers who were upgraded automatically to Outlook.com were notified in advance via email. When we launch Outlook.com preview, we use to share plans to upgrade all Hotmail customers to Hotmail. To solve this problem, you need to switch back the setting to Hotmail. Follow these steps: open Outlook. Then sign in to it with your account. Click the options icon. Then click Go back to Hotmail. This will direct you to Hotmail.
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