How to Bypass the MSN Sign-In Page
By Matt McGew
Microsoft developed MSN as a collection of online services and applications. MSN is now known by its new name, Windows Live. Available applications in Windows Live include Hotmail, Messenger, Contacts, Photo Gallery and SkyDrive. By default, every time you access the website for a specific Windows Live application on your Internet browser, you will land on the Windows Live sign-in page. You can bypass this sign-in page by changing your settings to log in automatically for the specific Windows Live application.
Go to the Windows Live application to which you want to be sent to avoid landing on the sign-in page.
Enter your Windows Live email and address and password in the appropriate fields.
Select the options to "Remember Me" and "Remember My Password." To select these options, place a check mark in the box located to the right of the option.
Select the option to "Sign Me in Automatically." To select this option, place a check mark in the box located to the right of the option.
Click the "Sign In" button. The Windows Live application will automatically log you in. In the future, when you access the website of the Windows Live application, you will go directly to the application and bypass the sign-in page.
Since 1992 Matt McGew has provided content for on and offline businesses and publications. Previous work has appeared in the "Los Angeles Times," Travelocity and "GQ Magazine." McGew specializes in search engine optimization and has a Master of Arts in journalism from New York University.