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Re: Pictures veiwed in sites
On a Nexus device, none of the built-in software elements or applications are proprietary or encapsulating to the point of restriction. Android has very deep integration with Google's services. This is a benefit to users of these services, but it is not necessarily detrimental to those who are not. You can use any type of service you'd like, and there will certainly be some way to access your data on the N10. For browsing, I use Google Chrome -- as do many others -- though I know some prefer the stock Android 'Browser' or others available through the Play Store. Here's a quick list of browsers, in no particular order:
Originally Posted by Kram59
As for pictures not showing up, are you on a home network or a work network? As for your browser, you should be able to tell. Are you using the "Chrome" shortcut, "Browser" shortcut, or a different shortcut altogether? For Hotmail, you seem to be complaining about the experience you're having when viewing Hotmail via a browser. Have you tried adding your account(s) in the stock "Email" application? You shouldn't have any problem doing so.
Edit: and, as pointed out above, try out the Hotmail application.
Use the search function in the Play Store! Google Play is full of official and third-party applications meant to enable services such as Hotmail, for example.