What is the difference between MSN MAIL and normal mail? In the history that lists visited sites, MSN MAIL does not open to review. He hs the BLUE BALLS and will not open! Why?

When I go to my history to review a site I saw previously, MSN MAIL sites will not open and the blue balls are also present. That not what it means and why will the sites of MSN MAIL only opens when clicked on?  Thank you!

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