An update. I downloaded, and installed Thunderbird. But I couldn't get it to work. So I then worked on Outlook some more. I removed my email address from Outlook, and then I lost everything in the archive. I then put my email address back in, and I chose POP3, instead of IMAP. That time it worked. I did this on Saturday night, and the emails are still there. But in order to keep Outlook, I would have to pay $70.00 a year. And I didn't want to pay that, just so I could have Outlook. So I went back to working on Thunderbird. I got that fixed, and setup. It had something with the port number.
Thunderbird looks like the old Windows mail, or Outlook. So I like Thunderbird, and plan to use it. The only thing I don't like is the welcome messagwe, and the thick gray bar that seperates the email that you are reading, from the list above it. I prefer a thin bar. Other than that it is great. In IE, I can click read mail, and Thunderbird comes right up.