Windows Live Gallery is now live. This site is the one stop shop for a variety of Windows Live plugins and gadgets. There is also a video about the site on On10 in the entry entitled Windows Live Gallery: the one-stop shop for all your Windows Live customization needs which has the following blurb

Your Windows Live homepage looking a bit drab? Sure your shiny new inbox shows up and you've certainly got your 10 feeds plugged in as well, but it's still missing something isn't it? Well fear not, for Windows Live is getting a friend called Windows Live Gallery and we're giving you the scoop.

Windows Live Gallery will provide you an axis for every possible bit of Windows Live customization. Not only that, but if you fight sleep every night in order to build an über-gadget of your very own, then your masterpiece can be easily listed on the site.

The site currently has categories for Windows Live gadgets, Windows Live Toolbar plugins, Windows Desktop Search IFilters, Windows Live Messenger Bots & Activity plugins, and Windows Live Search macros. This site has been something we've needed for a while and it is good to see a unified site being built that focuses on customizing the Windows Live experience. Mad props to Chris Butler, Bubba, Heather Friedland and all the other folks that have been working to make the site a reality.

Some might wonder how this site relates to It's pretty straightforward, Windows Live Gallery is targeted at end users while is more of a developer community site.


Monday, July 24, 2006 11:53:52 PM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
And on the first page you have a flash part that needs to be activated by an extra mouse click in IE with the recent updates, while the instruction on how to avoid that is out for months already. Have all testers in the Live divison switchted to Firefox already, or why has that not been noticed? ;)

Tuesday, July 25, 2006 3:41:53 AM (GMT Daylight Time, UTC+01:00)
Why can't you link to any of these other live site from a personalized home page. why do I have to remember,, etc. Even a 1990 browser was more sophisticated
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