Hotmail or now called Outlook.com is a free email service provided by Microsoft Corporation. Hotmail is currently the most widely used free email service, surpassing Yahoo! Mail and Gmail and also available in more than 35 languages.
Along with the frequency you visit Hotmail in crowded places like schools or campuses, offices, canteens, libraries, supermarkets, markets, etc., there are certainly concerns that arise when someone can know Your hotmail password.
The Hotmail password is identical to the lock on your bank account. It is very important for you to stay safe and no one knows it all the time. Today’s hotmail accounts can give you access to e-mail, instant messaging, sharing photos, videos and online storage. Changing your password regularly will ensure your Hotmail account is secure.
Microsoft itself recommends changing the Hotmail password every 72 days (3 weeks). To ensure a strong and unpredictable password is used, you must use a combination of uppercase, lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. Here are the steps to change Hotmail password:
- Click on the Account link details (password, address, time zone)
- Then click the Privacy & Privacy tab
- Then click the Change password link.
Microsoft will require account verification to change sensitive information. If you include another email account as a backup email address when you create a Hotmail account (Outlook .com), the backup email address will be used to send the security codes that will be used. Click the Submit code button to continue.
- Enter the security code you received via the backup email address and then click the Submit button.
- Click directly on the following Settings button to continue
- Just click the Skip button to start continuing.
You have followed the form to change the Hotmail account password (Outlook .com). Enter your current Hotmail account password, then the password for the new Hotmail account, repeat it again for the new password in the text box (text box) labeled Re-enter the password and then end by clicking the Save button.