Where is E-Mail in Windows 7?

Posted by on Jun 15, 2009 in Microsoft

Where is E-Mail in Windows 7?

What happened to the Windows Mail I was using in Vista? I can’t find it in Windows 7?
Windows 7 does not include an e-mail program. Outlook Express was left behind at WinXP. Windows Live Mail is now the successor to Windows Mail and is available free. Download Windows Live Essentials (includes mail).

There are other options for an e-mail client program such as Mozilla Thunderbird or MS Outlook.

Many people are now using web based e-mail like Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, etc. A major advantage of web-based e-mail over application-based e-mail is that a user has the ability to access their inbox from any Internet-connected computer around the world. However, the need for Internet access is also a drawback, in that one cannot access old messages when not connected to the Internet.

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