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Hotmail switched to Outlook Sep 11: getting rid of new projection view

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#1 Christina_6


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Posted 19 September 2016 - 04:40 PM

From the involuntary "upgrade" to hotmail.com to outlook.live.com on September 11, 2016, I now get a pop-up view of the same e-mail when I click on it. The projection view's loading greatly slows down reading. I use Chrome and Windows 10. Address shown on pop-up: https://outlook.live.com/owa/projection.aspx. 


What I have tried so far:


As soon as the projection view starts to load, I hit the "x" on it since I now know the email is just underneath it as well.


Searching in the e-mail program's Help for "projection," "view," etc. Most of this help is useless because it refers to Office 365.


Looked at Mail Settings of Outlook Live and nothing stood out that would help me if I changed something.


Turned off pop-ups under Settings of Chrome Browser then reloaded Outlook Live Mail tab and checked an e-mail. Had no effect.


Thank you in advance for questions and suggestions :)

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