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 youâ€™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.
- 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.
- Click theÂ Download button on this page to start the download, or select a different language from theÂ Change languagedrop-down list and clickÂ Change.
- Where you see a company or publisher listed in a security message, make sure the company name isÂ Microsoft Corporation. If so, then it is safe to clickÂ Run,Â Continue, orÂ Allow.
- The installer will open. Select the programs you want to install*, and then clickÂ Next.
*Previously installed Windows Live programs will also be updated if you don’t have the latest versions installed yet.
- 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.
- When it’s done, you’ll find your new programs in theÂ Windows Live folder on the WindowsÂ Start menu.