Fix MSN common issues?

MSN is a web portal and related collection of Internet services and apps for Windows and mobile devices, provided by Microsoft and launched on August 24, 1995, the same release date as Windows 95. The Microsoft Network was initially a subscription-based dial-up online service that later became an Internet service provider named MSN Dial-up. At the same time, the company launched a new web portal named Microsoft Internet Start and set it as the first default home page of Internet Explorer, its web browser. In 1998, Microsoft renamed and moved this web portal to the domain name

Hotmail/MSN is now one of the most popular email service used around the world with largest number of email users. If you are one of them and facing any kind of issue with your Hotmail/MSN accounts, we have the solution. Our Email Customer support team is very professional both in Agile Support and responsive ways. The moment they receive your call, you will be attended with one of our expert technical experts who will ask your particular queries and get it resolved as soon as possible.

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☆ Hotmail mobile settings setup & configuration.

Some common msn issues fix :

Customize and personalize in the new MSN :

The new MSN allows you to customize and personalize your experience on MSN.

  • On the MSN Home Page, use the settings option to add or remove entire sections from the home page.
  • At each section of the home page, use the down arrow to change the order the section(s) appear on the home page
  • Personalize each section page with Favorites and other tools on the section header

Take your personalized MSN and MSN apps with you on every device.

E-mail help after upgrading to Windows 10 :

Are you having some trouble with e-mail now that you’ve upgraded to Windows 10? Follow the steps below to fix this:

  1. Sign out of MSN Explorer.
  2. Launch MSN Explorer, but do not sign in.
  3. Click the Upgrade Now option at the top of the screen.
  4. If prompted to allow MSN Explorer to make changes to your computer, click Yes.
  5. Once the MSN Installer has loaded, click the in the upper right hand corner to close the Installer.
  6. Sign into MSN Explorer and the mail issues should be resolved.

Fix issues while signing in :

Ensure all TLS security settings are enabled in Internet Explorer:

Make sure that the TLS 1.0, TLS 1.1, TLS 1.2, SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0 options are enabled in Internet Explorer.

To do this, click Tools > Internet Options Advanced and scroll down to the Security section and check the boxes labeled TLS 1.0,TLS 1.1, TLS 1.2, SSL 2.0, SSL 3.0 and then click Apply > Ok.

Close Internet Explorer and MSN and start MSN again and attempt to log in. If you’re still having issues logging in move on to the steps below to reset your browser and add MSN as a trusted site for Internet Explorer.

To reset your browser:

  1. Close all Internet Explorer windows and MSN Explorer.
  2. Reset Internet Explorer back to defaults:

    a.      Windows 7  reset Internet Explorer back to its default.
    b.      Windows 8 or 8.1 manually reset Internet Explorer.
  3. Open MSN Explorer and attempt to sign in again.

Note: Resetting Internet explorer will set all settings back to defaults. You may have to re-enable any customization settings such as home page, tool bars and other settings you may have changed before the reset.

To add a trusted site to Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the desktop, and then tap or click the Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
  2. Tap or click the Tools button , and then tap or click Internet options.
  3. Tap or click the Security tab, choose one of the security zone icons (Local intranetTrusted sites, or Restricted sites), and then tap or click Sites.

  4. If you chose Local intranet in the previous step, tap or click Advanced, and then do the following:

    Add a site—enter a URL into the Add this website to the zone box, and then tap or click Add.

Move locally stored emails to server :

To move your emails to the server, follow these instructions:  

1. Launch the MSN Butterfly and sign-in.   

2. Click on the Mail & More button in the navigation bar.   

3. Click on a folder under the ‘Folders on your computer’ section in the left pane.   

4. Choose the emails to save by using the individual check boxes. To select all the emails at once, click the link at the top of the check box column.   

5. Right-click the email(s) and select ‘Put in Folder…’ or click the Put in Folder button on the toolbar (folder icon with arrow moving towards the outside of the folder) and select a destination folder located under the ‘Folders on MSN’ section.   

6. Repeat steps 3-5 for each folder in the ‘Folders on your computer’ section.   

7. Perform the above steps for each MSN Explorer and Windows User account as needed.   

8. Please note that the upload time for your emails saved under ‘Folders on your computer’ back to the MSN server will depend on your connection speed.  

Error 66 when attempting to sign into MSN Explorer :

If you see error 66 when you try to sign into MSN Explorer, this may be due to a recent security change.

You may be able to resolve this error by following these steps:

1)      Launch Internet Explorer.

2)      Click the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner. (It should be located next to the Favorites star.)

3)      Select Internet Options.

4)      Select the Advanced tab.

5)      Scroll down to the Security section.

6)      Check the Use TLS 1.2 box.

7)      Click Apply, and then OK.

8)      Close Internet Explorer, and then try signing into MSN Explorer.

MSN Shortcut butterfly icon not visible on Desktop over Win 10 :

Right Click on desktop -> New -> Shortcut

It will launch ‘Create Shortcut’ wizard

Type “C:\Program Files (x86)\MSN\MSN.lnk”

Click next -> Shortcut name shows MSN -> Click Finish

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Renew Microsoft office 365 personal

To renew microsoft office 365 personal follow these steps:

Renewing online at is the easiest way to renew an Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal subscription. You don’t need to go to the store—you can renew either in person, or online.

By default, your subscription is set up for recurring billing, but if you prefer to renew manually, first complete the steps below and then turn recurring billing off. Contact to renew microsoft office 365 in Albama.

  1. Go to
  2. Choose the subscription you want to renew and then choose one of the following:
    Renew now to pay now for a full year of Office 365.
    Renew with a monthly subscription for $X.XX per month to pay for a month at a time.


    • Your Microsoft account can have only one active Office 365 subscription. If you order more than one subscription on and associate multiple subscriptions with the same Microsoft account, you’re extending the amount of time for that Microsoft account, not increasing the number of Office installs or amount of online storage you get. You can renew and extend the duration of an Office 365 subscription for a maximum of 5 years.

    • Want to switch to a different subscription when you renew? For example, do you want to switch from Office 365 Personal to Office 365 Home? Choose the subscription that you want to switch to.
  3. Review your shopping cart and choose Checkout.
  4. On the next page, sign in with the Microsoft account that you use with Office 365.
  5. Review your order and then choose Renew subscription.

    Tip: If the payment method you have on file has expired, or you want to change it, choose Change. You can add a new payment method or edit the one you’ve used before.

  6. Choose Manage subscription to go to your Microsoft account, Services & subscriptions page.

    When you place your order, your payment method is charged right away, and the expiration date is extended for either a month or a year, depending on what you chose.

    After you’ve renewed, in the future, you will be set up for recurring billing and your payment method will be charged on the date noted, unless you cancel your subscription or turn off recurring billing before that date. If you prefer to renew manually, please see Learn how to turn recurring billing on or off.

Renew office 365 subscription:

Renew using a product key that you bought in a store.

You can renew by going to a retail store (in-person or online) and buying a subscription to Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal. You’ll receive a 25-character product key, which you can use to renew at

Important: Your Microsoft account can have only one active Office 365 subscription. If you enter more than one product key at, you’re extending the amount of time for that Microsoft account, not increasing the number of Office installs or amount of online storage you get. You can renew and extend the duration of an Office subscription for a maximum of 5 years.

1. If you have a physical box or card, look inside for your 25-character product key.

If you didn’t get a physical box or card, check your email for a receipt that includes the product key.

The product key is a combination of letters and numbers in this format:


  If you have a physical box or card, the product key might be concealed with silver foil, which you scratch off to reveal the product key.

2. Go to and, if prompted, sign in using the Microsoft account that’s associated with your Office 365 subscription.

3. Enter the 25-character product key. When selecting your country or region, we recommend that you choose the country or region where you live or do your banking.

4. Follow the steps to complete the renewal process.

       Your subscription is renewed and the new expiration date appears.

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Windows 10 problems and how to fix them

Windows 10 finally overtook its predecessor in terms of market share, breaking the 40% barrier, it’s officially the world’s most popular operating system (OS) and as Windows 7 goes end of life next year, numbers will only continue to rise. Windows 10 is known for rolling out regular updates to its users and is the most stable Windows OS to date but that doesn’t mean users aren’t having issues with it. From stuck updates disrupting workflow to significantly less storage space, there are many bugs with some simple fixes for them too.

Microsoft is currently working on a feature which would allow a user to postpone a Windows update for 35 days – enough time to make sure the update itself wasn’t faulty and would weaken your system, but there’s still more work that must be done to polish up the system. Transitioning to Windows 10 from a previous version can also be the cause of problems. Those stuck in their Windows 7 ways will have a tough time adapting to the new features, some of which won’t be intuitive to a new user.

Also, the issues you’re facing are being experienced by users across the world and there are some simple fixes to Windows 10 problems that are detailed below.

1 – Can’t upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8

Some of the most common problems with Windows 10 are those that happen when first installing the upgrade from Windows 7 or Windows 8.

These include seeing messages that the Get Windows 10 (or GWX) app saying that machines deemed by Microsoft as perfectly viable to receive the update aren’t compatible, through to the app never appearing in the first place, and to stalled and failed downloads. If you’ve got a PC still stubbornly clinging to Windows 7 or Windows 8, there are a few things to try:

  • Open Control Panel, run Windows Update and ensure that the PC is fully up to date. If updates fail, run the Windows Update Troubleshooter (see below, number 3)
  • Use the Media Creation Tool. Don’t rely on GWX: visit,  click Download tool now, save the tool and run it on the PC you want to upgrade. If this didn’t work for you back when Windows 10 launched, try it again now – the tool has been improved.
  • Make sure that hardware Disable Execution Prevention (DEP) is switched on in the BIOS, referring to your motherboard manual for help if you need it. If you still have problems, use the Start Menu to search for ‘performance’, run Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows, click the Data Execution Prevention tab and turn DEP on for all programs and services, then reboot and try again.

2 – Can’t upgrade to the latest Windows 10 version

Windows 10 receives pretty big updates every so often, such as the Creators update in March 2017, Fall creators Update in October 2017, and the April 18 and October 2018 update last year. Each of these major updates introduces new features to Windows 10, as well as security bug fixes and a whole lot more.

Despite Windows 10 being the most stable release yet, one of the most common problems experienced by the platform users is updating to the latest version of Windows 10 when it’s released.

However, any updates like this won’t show up as available to everyone and this means you’ll have to resort to manually updating your operating system instead.

Before you start upgrading, you’ll need to check which Windows 10 version you’re already running. You can do this by heading to the “About Windows” screen.

If you’re ready to install the latest version of Windows 10, you can use the Windows Update Tool (instructions below), although the Media Creation Tool alternative is the more reliable option. You simply need to download it, install it and use it to manually upgrade your PC to the latest version.

Just a little side note. When you run Media Creation Tool, you may not see any reference to upgrading to the late version of Windows 10 when using the software, or which version it will upgrade your system to. Instead, it refers to whether it’s the Home or Business version you’re trying to install and as long as this is the version you’re running, you can hopefully be rest assured the newest build will be installed.

Also, make sure you’ve opted to keep the personal files and apps and click Install to keep your data, apps and the majority of your settings untouched. Now, when you hit install, it should start installing the most up-to-date version of the operating system.

3 – Have a lot less free storage than before

You might not know, but after installing Windows 10 the old version of the OS is hanging around in the background taking up useful space. Surprised? When you upgraded, your old version of Windows doesn’t disappear. It’s still in the back of the system and goes by the name “windows.old” and takes up valuable disk space.

You may be asking as to why this happened and the answer is that Microsoft isn’t quite as controlling as some other big tech companies. Instead of forcing users to update their hardware and never look back, Microsoft keeps a hold of the important files that made up your previous OS in the C:/ drive. This is in case you don’t like the new Windows 10 and decide to change back to the previous operating system that you might be more used to.

If you like the new OS and want to delete the old one for good, then click on the Windows Start button and type “cleanup” to automatically search the system. A “Disk Cleanup” app should appear before you in the search criteria field. Click on it to open the application.

A drive selection box should appear. Simply select the drive your OS is installed on. The default drive should appear first which is usually the C:/ drive. If you’re confident that this is the main drive where your OS is installed, hit OK. Windows should scan your system for a while and then a box will pop up.

Now, two things could happen at this point. You could be presented with a list of files to delete right away, one of which is “Previous Windows Installation(s)”, or if that option is not visible, you will need to select. “Clean up system files” option on the bottom left.

Windows will do some more calculations and give you another a very similar looking box. This time with the option to delete ‘previous windows installation(s). You might have to scroll down to find it. But it should be taking up a sizeable bit of drive space. In our case, almost 5GB. Tick this option and click OK. In the separate message box that appears asking if you’re certain you want to send this, click Delete Files, and you’re done.

4 – Windows Update isn’t working

Many people have reported issues with Windows Update in Windows 10. Check first that you’ve upgraded to the Windows 10 Fall update (see above, number 2). If you’re still getting problems, download and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter, then reboot and try to update again.

If the problems remain, you might need to get a bit more stuck in. First, check that System Restore is configured (see below, number 7) and create a restore point. With this done, use Win+x and select Command Prompt (Admin). Then type ‘net stop wuauserv’ (without the quotes). Hit Enter, followed by ‘net stop bits’ and Enter. You should see confirmations that each service was either stopped or wasn’t running. Next, open Explorer, navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution, and delete its contents including any sub-folders. Now reboot, open Windows Update and click Check for updates.

5 – Turn off forced updates

If you’re anything like us, you set up previous Windows releases. So that they wouldn’t install updates automatically – one forced reboot is one too many. To be fair to Microsoft, Windows 10 handles post-update reboots. Much more elegantly, but we’d still rather be in control from the outset.

There is a workaround for users running Windows 10 Pro. From the Start Menu, search for ‘gpedit’ and run the Group Policy Editor. Expand Computer Configuration in the left-hand pane, and navigate to Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Update. Double-click Configure Automatic Updates in the list. Select the Enabled radio button, and in the left-hand box select 2. Notify for download and notify for install. Now click OK, and you’ll be notified whenever there are updates. Unfortunately, they’ll be a daily irritation if you’re using Windows Defender.

The Group Policy Editor isn’t available on Windows 10 Home. But we’d recommend you at least open Windows Update. Click Advanced options and select Notify to schedule restart. From the Choose how updates are installed list. While you’re here, all Windows 10 users might want to click. Choose how updates are delivered, and ensure that Updates. From more than one place is either off, or set to PCs on my local network.

6 – Turn off unnecessary notifications

Windows 10’s Action Center is an excellent way to view all your computer’s important messages. Collating pop-ups and notifications from your email. Social media apps like Facebook, updates from software like Adobe’s Creative Suite and even system messages from Windows itself.

Unfortunately, it can quickly become cluttered with notifications. That you’re not really interested in, and having to dismiss repeated messages. From over-eager apps can be an annoying hassle.

Thankfully, there’s an easy way to ensure that the Action Center only shows you relevant information. Open the settings menu, then navigate to System | Notifications & Actions. You’ll find a series of toggles governing how notifications are displayed. Including the ability to turn off Windows tips. Disable notifications from showing up on the lock screen or while presenting. Even the option to turn off notifications altogether.

You can also disable notifications on a per-app basis. So if Java keeps bugging you to install an update. Candy Crush Saga won’t stop nagging you to play another few levels. You can turn off notifications for those apps while leaving the software. You actually care about to keep on giving you notifications.

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