Having an Outlook (formerly Hotmail) shortcut on your desktop reduces the time needed to access your Outlook mailbox. A shortcut can directly redirect you to the home page of your Internet mailbox and make your work more efficient. Creating a shortcut is very easy and done very quickly. Of course, creating a shortcut for Outlook is the same as creating a shortcut for any other software. Good reading !
Step 1. Create a new shortcut on your desktop
Right click on an empty space on your desktop. Then click on New then Shortcut.
Step 2. Enter the e-mail address in the field provided
After creating the shortcut, a new window opens. Indicate the location of the element there. In this case, simply enter “www.outlook.com” in the field provided.
Step 3. Enter a name for the shortcut you just created
You can give this shortcut any name, for example: "Outlook" or "Outlook ID".
Step 4. Click “Finish”
Step 5. Double-click on the shortcut you just created to try it out
The shortcut should automatically redirect you to the Outlook login page.