Create a new account is an option on http://outlook.com
Ensure you are not signed in with an existing Live ID/Microsoft account.
In your browser address bar enter http://outlook.com
Choose the option to create a new account (i.e. do not sign in with an=20
Rename is only available from the web UI.
Alias can only send mail from the web UI.
See this for details
And keep in mind..
There could be an firstname.lastname@example.org in Memphis,TE and email@example.com in
Lavages,NV and firstname.lastname@example.org in LosAngeles,CA all wanting
email@example.com for a rename or alias. Compound that same username
@hotmail or live or msn.com which are also available in some other =
and even further compounded for all the other domain suffixes (.jp, .kr, =
.au, .ca, etc).
-i.e. there can only be one firstname.lastname@example.org, one email@example.com and =
on for each new, renamed, alias.....
msft mvp mail
Note: If you create a new @outlook.com email address you will not have =
option to switch back to the older Hotmail UI.
I did not see an option to create an outlook.com email address, merely =
alias from my hotmail account. My login is still my hotmail address and =
the web interface I can send an email from my alias and of course =
email from my alias. I have not seen a way to send an email from my
outlook.com alias from and email client. I have not investigated closely. =
am impressed by the interface and it follows very closely Windows 365 =
the Office 2013 interface. I have been a Google/Gmail user for quite
sometime over Microsoft's online presence, but that is changing. Bing =
is shaping up as an excellent search engine with much easier to find =
for narrowing a search for a novice user and great recommendations.