Unfortunately, Outlook Express is no longer available on the Windows Vista operating system. It has been replaced by Windows Mail, which looks and works quite like its predecessor… so much so, you can think of it as Outlook Express version 7.
For people who’ve got a Windows Vista based computer and are wondering how to move the email account from Outlook Express to Windows Mail on the new machine, fear not; because here you’ll find detailed instructions to do just that and also copy all the old email from Outlook Express to Windows Mail on Vista.
To properly move an email account from Outlook Express to Windows Mail (Windows Vista) computer you actually need to transfer three things:
The detailed instructions to move the email account (or accounts) from Outlook Express on an XP machine to Windows Mail on Vista are below and the screenshots can be found in the slideshow – please refer the images when in doubt.
OK! Now that you have successfully moved the email account from Outlook Express to Windows Mail, it’s time to get the old email messages on the new computer.
Starting 2011, Google agreed to pay Mozilla Corporation a tad less than half a billion dollars over a period of 3 years if they kept Google as the default search engine on their Firefox web browser. This was a very smart move from the company. Because in 2008, Google had launched Chrome, their own web browser, which had the world's most popular search engine as the default. Additionally, by the end of 2011, Chrome's usage surpassed that of Firefox, and by early 2012, it had exceeded that of Internet Explorer. It was now the world's most popular web browser. So, even though some might think that Google spent a gargantuan sum of money needlessly, I admire the think-tanks at the company. They kept pushing the usage of their core product, the one that made them the most valuable web company - the Google search engine. By the way, in 2006, Google had dished out $57 million to have their search bar in the Firefox. This amounted to 85% of Mozilla Corporation's total revenue. [more...]