The new MSN website brings you the best in online information and is uniquely yours across the different devices you might use throughout your day. You can stay connected to the best of our services in order to complete your daily tasks and you can customize and organize your home page to suit your interests. You can always change your Settings to start the new MSN experience earlier.
Please keep in mind, some of our agreements with content partners require that we take MSN customers to the originating site to view the content.
When using Internet Explorer 10 or later and Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012 or later, if you’re logged in to your PC you will automatically be signed into MSN.com. To sign out, just click your account name at the top right hand side of the page and click Sign out.
If you’re signed out and then choose to sign into your Microsoft account while in an MSN.com experience, you will re-enable the single Sign-On experience.
Note: When using Internet Explorer 10 or later and Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012 or later, MSN.com saves your Microsoft account status in a browser cookie. If you have signed out of MSN.com and delete your cookies, the next time you go to MSN.com, you'll be automatically signed in to your Microsoft account. To sign out, on the account menu, click Sign out.
When you sign in, you get the most personalized experience. You can customize your home page and add your interests along with other personalized features. If you haven't signed in, MSN can store some settings in cookies. The next time you use the same browser, on the same computer, your customizations will appear. If you use a different browser or computer, your customizations won't appear. If the cookies are deleted, your customizations, including content, layout, and themes, will be lost. To see your customized page in any browser or on any computer, always sign in with a Microsoft account.
Bing is the search engine for the MSN experience. When you select the search bar, you can choose to the web or search each section on the home page. Search opens a new tab, you can either close it or go back to your MSN tab when finished.