If you are on Windows 10, you can use Windows Live Mail to subscribe to RSS Feed. It is built-in Windows 10. No need to install third party RSS readers. In this quick Windows 10 guide, we will show you how to add a RSS feed to Windows Live Mail and use it to read RSS feeds.
Subscribe to RSS Feed in Windows 10 using Windows Live Mail
Run Windows Live Mail on your PC, the email client for Windows 10. Click Feeds from the bottom left corner to switch from Mail to Feeds in Windows Live Mail program on Windows 10 PC. Then click the Feed button from top menu tool bar, you will see the “Add RSS Feed” pop-up dialogue, input the website RSS feed URL and click OK button to add a website RSS feed to Windows Live Mail in Windows 10.
Now you have subscribed to site RSS feed in Windows 10 using the Live Mail software. To read website RSS feed in Windows 10 using this software is very easy and intuitive. Select the feed or site you like to read its RSS feed from the left menu, you will then see a list of all RSS feeds in the middle column. Click on a RSS feed thread in the middle, the RSS feed details can be viewed on the right side. If the site has configured its RSS feed to display only the summary, you will then see its summary from the RSS feed. To view full content of an article, simply click the “View online” button to open a RSS thread in your default web browser and read the full article from there.