Windows Live Hotmail has been in a beta stage for a long time now and yours truly has been one of the people who have tested the new version. We can see a more intuitive graphical user interface with more functions and more flexible interface which Microsoft has now chosen to let loose in more than 35 countries. This also means that it is once again possible to check your mails for free via Outlook and considerably easier to read mails from mobile phones and PDAs. Sometime in the weeks to come, Microsoft will release Windows Live Mail beta, a new e-mail client that will replace Outlook. Today Hotmail Live offers 2GB of storage and a bunch of services connected to your Live account; calendar, gallery, and much more.