Hotmail.com is a free web mailing service offered by Microsoft. Microsoft offers a numerous services to all the account holders, such as; sending emails, adding attachments, sharing photos and videos, integration with calendar, Skype and people. Along with these typical mailing services, Microsoft offers unlimited cloud storage and once you are an account holder of hotmail, you will also be able to login directly with all the Microsoft supported websites. It is a multinational company so it’s services are available in hundred different languages.
Hotmail, now known as Outlook.com, features Metro design language interface similar to Microsoft Outlook. Although Hotmail has been re – branded (again), all the services offered to account holders are still the same and has further continued to be updated. In addition to that, existing hotmail account holders do not even to change their domain @hotmail.com. Users can simply login with the existing account with outlook.com.
Hotmail is currently available in over 106 languages around the globe and Microsoft has also offered region based websites based o the geo – location of the country. For instance, hotmail for Japan has been provided a separate hotmail website, which is completely featured in Japanese. The whole hotmail page is completely same to that of the English version of the language, other than the difference in the language. To visit the Hotmail Japan version, follow this link www.live.com/?mkt=ja-JP.
You can also choose the Japanese language from the language settings available on the Hotmail page, and navigate through your hotmail Japan version. Here are step by step instructions on how you can do it.
- Go to the website hotmail.com or www.outlook.com.
- Once you have logged in with your hotmail account, you will see the link “Options” next to the “Contact tabs”.
- Under the “Your Information” column, click on the Language link.
- You will then be presented with various language options. Select Japanese and click ok.
- You will then be directed to the Japanese version of the hotmail and everything will be in Japanese from now on.