Most of us think that simple things should be easy to figure out, especially with accessing email accounts. However, this is not the case. Sometimes we are having a hard time with searching for such basic information. Millions of people need to have an email account and use it every day but some of them are having a hard time with it. Thus, we are here to help.
Our purpose is to provide information on how to create an account on popular e-mail, social media, and other sites and then log in to these accounts: Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Facebook, LinkedIn, Hotmail, Outlook, Messenger, Office 365, Dropbox, Talnet, and Badoo, Microsoft, and Apple.
Our tutorials contain answers to basic questions about using these services that everyone is afraid to ask. If you have other queries or need further assistance, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the oldest free email services is Hotmail, which was originally founded in 1996. Microsoft acquired it in 1997 and was renamed to MSN Hotmail. Later, the service was integrated with Microsoft’s Outlook to better fit with Microsoft’s product line.
Gmail had significantly increased the standard free storage capacity for webmail. The initial storage capacity per user is 1GB. However, Gmail offered 2 to 4 GB compared to its competitors such as Hotmail. Moreover, individual Gmail messages including attachments may be up to 25 MB.
The world’s leading social networking service was founded by Mark Zuckerberg while studying at Harvard. Facebook was initially closed to Ivy-league universities but rapidly grew to 1+ billion users today.
According to comScore, Yahoo Mail is estimated to be the world’s third most popular email service. It is a free webmail service offered by Yahoo! Inc. and was launched in 1997. In 2013, it was redesigned in the wake of Yahoo’s other properties.