Windows Live Hotmail, often referred to simply as Hotmail, is a free webmail service of Microsoft common, part of the Windows Live services group. The beta of the service was released on November 1, 2005 concurrent with the release of Windows Live, and the final version was released on May 7, 2007. The formerly code-named Kahuna and short name Open the Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Hotmail is designed to replace the MSN Hotmail.
It provides 2 gigabytes of storage, the automatic spell checking, custom filters, and safety features, Ajax programming technology, and integration with Windows Live Messenger, Spaces, Calendar and Contacts. Hotmail currently have 260 million users around the world and has 36 language versions.