How Do I Check Windows Mail From Another Computer?

Updated April 17, 2017

When you're always on the go, you might not have time to hop on your computer and check all of your e-mail. If you have access to a public computer, however, you can still check your Windows Mail. Whether you're borrowing your friend's laptop for a few seconds or jumping on at the library, all you need is Internet access to read up on the latest messages to flood your inbox.

Launch the computer's web browser and open a new window or tab to access your account in.

Load the Windows mail website by typing in the URL ( in the address bar and clicking go. The site will ask you to provide your Windows ID and password in order to sign in.

Sign off from your ID once you are finished checking your mail to keep your account safe.


Uncheck the boxes that say to "Remember me on this computer" and "Remember my password" to protect your account before clicking the "Sign In" button.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet access
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