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Email programs.

Many Windows users access their emails from web browsers - Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari etc etc. This means your emails are in the “cloud” and are not necessarily under your direct control.


If you have multiple email addresses then you will need to log into each email provider’s mail site. I-Pad users can register their various email addresses into a single email app, which then provides them with a list of all their emails no matter where they came from - very tidy!.


Some Windows users will have had Microsoft Office installed, which has a product called Outlook. This has a similar function to the I-Pad app. Microsoft Office costs over £100 to buy, which if you want a Word Processor, Spreadsheet, Presentation, Email and other software then it may be worthwhile paying this price.


However if all you want is a Windows emailing app that is free then it is worth considering the Mozilla Thunderbird application. Mozilla are the non-profit champions of the Internet, “helping to keep it healthy, open and accessible to all”. You can read more about the organisation called Mozilla at this link.

To download and install the Windows Thunderbird email app then start by clicking here. You will need to know your email address and it’s password.

You will/may find it useful to view this Youtube video about Mozilla Thunderbird to review the installation (first 3 minutes or so of viewing) and usage process (the next 21 minutes).

If you have any questions or need help with downloading or installing the app then please ask.