How To Remove Email Address From Hotmail Login Page

As an avid user of Hotmail, I understand the importance of keeping our personal information secure. One of the ways to maintain this security is by removing our email address from the Hotmail login page. In this article, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of removing your email address from the Hotmail login page.

Step 1: Accessing the Hotmail Login Page

To begin, open your preferred web browser and navigate to Enter your email address and password to log in to your Hotmail account.

Step 2: Navigating to Account Settings

Once you are logged in, look for the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the page. Click on it to open the settings menu. From the menu, select “Options.”

Step 3: Managing Your Account

In the Options menu, you will find a list of different settings categories. Look for the “Managing your account” section and click on “Account details (password, aliases, time zone).”

Step 4: Removing Your Email Address

In the Account details section, you will see your primary email address listed as an alias. Next to your email address, click on the “Remove” button.

A confirmation window will appear, asking if you are sure you want to remove your email address from the login page. Review the information and click “Remove” to proceed.

Note: Removing your email address from the login page will not delete your Hotmail account. It will only remove your email address from being displayed on the login page.

Step 5: Verifying the Removal

After clicking “Remove,” Hotmail will notify you that your email address has been successfully removed from the login page. You can now close the settings menu and continue using Hotmail with peace of mind.


By following these simple steps, you can easily remove your email address from the Hotmail login page. This adds an extra layer of security to your account and prevents your email address from being exposed to potential threats. Remember to always prioritize the security of your personal information online.