Windows Live Mail brings together multiple e-mail accounts, calendars, and more into one easy-to-use program. Access and edit your e-mail and calendar events, even when you’re offline, and sync your changes later. Use Windows Live Mail to help maximize your e-mail security across multiple e-mail accounts. Mail combines the ease of use of Outlook Express, with the speed of Windows Live.

System Requirements

  • Supported Operating Systems:Windows 7;Windows Server 2008;Windows Vista;Windows Vista Service Pack 1;Windows Vista Service Pack 2;Windows XP Service Pack 2;Windows XP Service Pack 3
    Operating system: Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (32-bit edition only), Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit editions), Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit editions), or Windows Server 2008. Note: Windows Live Movie Maker is not supported on Windows XP.

    Processor: 1 GHz or higher for Windows 7 or Windows Vista; 800 MHz or higher for Windows XP.

    Memory: 512 MB of RAM for Windows 7 or Windows Vista; 128 MB (256 MB or more recommended) for Windows XP.

    Resolution: Minimum 1024 x 768

    Internet connection: Internet functionality requires dial-up or broadband Internet access (provided separately). Local or long-distance charges may apply.

    Note To install or uninstall Windows Live products, you must have administrator rights on the computer.


  1. Click the Download button on this page to start the download, or select a different language from the Change languagedrop-down list and click Change.
  2. Where you see a company or publisher listed in a security message, make sure the company name is Microsoft Corporation. If so, then it is safe to click Run, Continue, or Allow.
  3. The installer will open. Select the programs you want to install*, and then click Next.
    *Previously installed Windows Live programs will also be updated if you don’t have the latest versions installed yet.
  4. Sit back and relax, or do other things on your computer while you wait. Installation shouldn’t take more than a few minutes on a broadband connection.
  5. When it’s done, you’ll find your new programs in the Windows Live folder on the Windows Start menu.

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