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Click on that and a browser window will open up asking you to login to your Microsoft account. Unfortunately, there is no option of "Always ask for my e-mail address and password". But since I have Hotmail as my homepage, If I open a second window, IE automatically signs me on that one. It pops up every time I turn my computer on, so why deal with that when I can deactivate it?

Really i dont think it can be done. share|improve this answer answered May 2 '12 at 20:17 Charles Oppermann 33817 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I found the answer for all the troubles related to your Close the Internet Explorer window and open it again and verify if the Windows Live Messenger program will still automatically open when you access your Hotmail inbox. The 'Live sign in assistant' has been uninstalled from the control panel but the screen still appears every time he boots up. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-performance/how-to-stop-automatic-sign-in-on-windows-live/c52ff03f-673b-41f9-ada7-4ecddfe0f456

Disable Outlook Messenger

I'm using IE8, so I'm not sure if the security hole is in IE, or Hotmail, but either way it is very concerning to say the least. After "retiring" in 2001, Leo started Ask Leo! Is there an actual army in 1984?

To stop messenger I opened my Norton, clicked on Tasks then Startup Manager. So, I accidently deleted the shortcut to get to msn. Then Close. Outlook Invisible help!

It usually sign in automatically without my notice and I wanna remove it. How To Stay Invisible On Outlook Lynda June 27, 2006 12:51 PM Okay, so I have this problem plus one more: I don't have a sign out button! Click Disable, repeat these steps to disable the other programs I indicated above, and then click Close. 6. directory click the down arrow that lets you select online, busy, away, etc.

thx Ken April 7, 2006 11:00 PM Ok, so how do I stop MSN Messenger (ver 7.5) from loading when I go to hotmail.com? How To Turn On Automatic Login In Outlook But I have a question. Is there a way to change this setting? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770 CPU @ 3.40GHz Motherboard ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.

How To Stay Invisible On Outlook

Manually remove any related folder in C:\Program Files. click on "Programs"
3.drill down to the "Messenger" folder and change the name.
I change mine from "Messenger" to "message".  Windows can't load what it can't find. 
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But the "sign in screen" still appears every time on boot up. I am a newbie at this and finding this so upsetting. at least, anyone can sue anyone for anything any time. The only thing there is "uninstall". How To Stop Msn From Opening On Startup Windows 10

My internet is land... Go to Safari - Reset Safari - be sure to check the box that says 'remove saved names and passwords' - click 'Reset'. That will prevent any "Remember Me" functionality on other computer from working any longer, because of course they'll have remembered the old, now wrong, password. "... So, I found a way on how to disable/enable this action, and I thought I would share it with the Instructables community!

now I can't get rid of it! Hotmail Invisible Status To keep Messenger from automatically starting at login, and from allowing automatic login. The options & help buttons were of no help at all; other than to bring me here.

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Plep Johnson July 27, 2010 9:48 PM This auto sign-in feature is way too intrusive... really a problem. so if you want you can login with other clients Blaat June 28, 2013 @noman: The domain to disable has been changed to geo.gateway.messenger.live.com, this is not system related. How To Make Email Addresses Invisible In Outlook Click on the "Startup" tab and locate the entry for your problem or any entry which looks like it may be related.

and go to the bottom and select "options" 3. Max March 31, 2011 8:09 AM I don't know why Leo and other posters have posted solutions that involve signing out, clicking a hotmail link and then altering the settings....... On the left side is a list of options to set. Hope this helps someone.Somehow I do not have windows live messenger on my computer.  I may have deleted it long ago.

Ask Leo! How do I get Messenger to stop logging in automatically? Ask Leo! - How do I resolve my MSN Hotmail sign in problems? 28 Comments orlando duarte April 18, 2006 8:40 AM thank you Lucy Perry May 8, 2006 9:07 AM As soon as i sign in my msn..

Done.
You know you can just go into the options menu on MSN and tell it not to run on startup, right?
you cant do this with Vista... P.S. I no longer am annoyed by the MSN Messenger window and it has quickened my Laptop's start time (O.K. Browsers & Mail windows live messenger--disablesuddenly when I boot up my computer windows live messenger pops up How do I stop this from happening thanks Software Windows Live messenger will not

Make sure to click Always ask for my e-mail address and password. xp too!!! • Comments on this entry are closed. In fact, it already has "startup type disabled" and service status is "stopped"

Your instructions are lacking but you'll find them here:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/security/learnmore/stopspam.mspx

Unfortunately, it doesn't work in XP.I believe you are referring to Go to applications and launch Services.

Now, return to Hotmail page, and you'll be required to sign back in: Don't sign in ... Dunc January 27, 2006 9:09 AM Also see http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/windowsmessenger/learnmore/tips/kay1.mspx Leo March 18, 2006 5:30 PM 1. Click on "Tools", and from the Tools menu, click on Options.