DON'T turn your "standard" email address into a "public address."
There are loads of free websites and programs out there, but often they require you to register with an email address. Registering with your "standard" email address will turn it into a "public address" -- causing you to be bombarded with slews of offers, updates, unwanted freebies, etc., etc.
Outlook.com (aka Outlook Live) and Gmail both let you create and use several different email addresses in the same account. These are known as aliases.
Please note: Unfortunately, I cannot take any responsibility for use of the software, directions or links suggested. I have no interest - financial or otherwise - in the software or sites listed. Use at your own risk.
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