My MSN: About My MSN
My MSN is your personalized news and information site on MSN. You can select the content that most interests you and organize the modules that contain this content any way you want, and the changes that you make will be saved on your computer in a cookie so that you'll see the same modules the next time you visit.
If you sign in to My MSN with your Windows Live ID, your choices will be remembered the next time that you sign in with the same Windows Live ID, from any computer that's connected to the Internet and meets the system requirements. You'll also gain access to extra modules featuring great Windows Live services such as Windows Live Hotmail and Windows Live Calendar. My MSN offers content from MSN, and also syndicated content from the Web. It's a great way to create your own starting point for the Web.
Drag and drop modules anywhere on the page.
Create multiple pages to organize your content however you want it. When you create a new page, you can create an empty page, and build it from the ground up by adding modules. Or, you can choose to create a page with pre-selected, theme-specific modules that you can then customize. For more information, see My MSN: Add, rename, or delete a page.
Choose the number of columns that you want, to suit your monitor size and screen resolution. For more information, see My MSN: Arrange content modules and change the layout of My MSN.
Change the look of your page by selecting from a wide range of vibrant and colorful themes. For more information, see My MSN: Arrange content modules and change the layout of My MSN.
Browse or search for a wide range of MSN and syndicated content, including:
eBay auctions that you're involved in
For more information, see My MSN: Add content to My MSN.
Use RSS feeds to add content from anywhere on the Internet. For more information, see My MSN: Add content in RSS feeds.
If you don't have a Windows Live ID, go to the My MSN website, click Sign Up, and then follow the on-screen instructions to create a Windows Live ID for free. If you use My MSN without signing in, your customized changes will be stored on your computer in a cookie, so that the same modules will appear the next time you visit My MSN on the same computer. If you delete your cookies, your customized changes will be lost.