From attachments to slideshows

Hotmail's new "active view" uses Silverlight to allow photos to show in a fancy slideshow, as opposed to just as a series of attachments that need to be downloaded.
Updated:
Photo by: Microsoft / Caption by:

Opening Office docs via the Web

Office documents sent to Hotmail can be opened via Microsoft's new browser-based Office Web Apps, meaning that the recipient no longer needs their own copy of Office installed to view or edit documents.
Updated:
Photo by: Microsoft / Caption by:

Photos in Hotmail

A look at how a message full of photos appears when sent from the new Hotmail. The photos themselves are uploaded to an online Skydrive folder.
Updated:
Photo by: Microsoft / Caption by:

Sweeping clean the in-box

Hotmail's new "sweep" feature lets users take all the messages from a particular sender and either delete them or sweep them into a particular folder. Optionally, that same action can be taken on future messages from the sender.
Updated:
Photo by: Microsoft / Caption by:
Hot Galleries

CNET Magazine

The summer issue is here!

In the latest edition of our quarterly magazine, we look at how you can spend your summer getting fit and having fun. Pick up a copy on newsstands today or order it now.

Hot Products