I have Windows 7 and so they don't have Outlook Express on Windows 7 as Outlook Express is only for Windows XP. But they do have Windows Live Mail that replaces Outlook Express and that can be used in Windows Vista and Windows XP as well. Windows Vista does not have Outlook Express,either. On Windows Vista,Windows Mail replaces Outlook Express but all of these email clients,including several others like,SeaMonkey Mail,Thunderbird and Zimbra Desktop,are all the same. They have the same system as Outlook Express does. They ask you for your POP server and all of that. And as I explained in the other posts,I and most people don't know that. But I have found some of my posts about the email clients quite funny and charismatic. And that quote from my friend when I asked him about the email clients. Him saying " You can't use it. It won't let you use it." And " It does not allow itself to be used." When I told my other friends in the pub,that phrase they cold not stop laughing either. Like I could not. And they cannot use that email either. So it seems that I am not the only one,and my friend who quoted those words above,has a way with words. But not everyone sees the funny side of it. On the Linux Mint forums for example-see here-http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=58&p=397456 And I also think that on Linux sites or forums they don't like Windows anyway or someone saying,Windows is better than Linux. More or less,well it is better than Linux. Because Linux is not user friendly like Windows is. And on Linux you have to log in with a password and enter it every time you make any changes on your computer. But on Windows you don't have to have a password if you do not want one. So I don't have a password. But I never found out how to remove of my password on Linux- see post here from Linux Mint forums-Linux Mint Forums • View topic - How can I remove my linux Mint password? And as you can see they locked the thread on Linux Mint forums. Despite the fact that the other members posts stated that they liked the thread. And mine is the ONLY one that is locked on that site. Nobody else's is. Are Linux Mint forums trying to tell me something? But from all of my searches on the web and my past experience of Linux(I don't Linux, now and I have uninstalled it from my computer.)It looks like and is that,you cannot remove your password on Linux. It is not like Windows,where you have that choice. But I don't think that I am missing anything not being able to use the email clients. As I have a Netbook and I think that because,email clients download all of your email onto your hard drive.That would take up a lot of disk space. But I have never got as far as to worrying about that, as I cannot even get them up and running. So I am happy to carry on as I am and use normal email. Such as G.Mail or Hotmail on the web. And the chat messengers that I have got. Andrea Borman.