- Dec 19, 2015
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Every so often I read that Windows is to stop supporting Live Mail. Is that true and if so what do they suggest as a replacement?
I wouldn't recommend running it after support is dropped, simply because of security reasons. The mail app included in Windows 10 is better anyhow since it is fully integrated within the operating system and will be kept up-to-date with current mail servers/etc.Live Mail is just an email client. It won't stop running it just won't get updates after support is dropped. You can keep it or move to another email client.
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