Windows Live FrameIt

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Windows Live FrameIt
Windows Live FrameIt logo
Windows Live FrameIt homepage
Windows Live FrameIt homepage
Developer(s) Microsoft
Preview release
Beta (Build 1.1.3015.0) / July 30, 2008
Type Digital photo frame extension
Managing contents in Windows Live FrameIt

Windows Live FrameIt was a Microsoft service under the Windows Live brand. It was aimed to extend the functionality of digital photo frames or any RSS enabled devices, allowing users to customise the content delivery from multiple sources. Users could use FrameIt to include information services such as weather forecasts and news, amongst their digital photos.[1]

The beta version of the service was released on July 30, 2008.[2] Windows Live FrameIt was discontinued on December 15, 2010.[3]


Windows Live FrameIt allows the user to set up different feeds on the web, such as contents from Windows Live Spaces, Flickr, Facebook, or any RSS feed. Users may also schedule the day and time certain contents will be displayed in the digital photo frame.

The service partners with SmugMug to display contents in their default collections. Users may be able to customize their display settings such as the number of images, the display order, when the images are published, and the content's expiry date.

Windows Live FrameIt also allow contents to be shared between different users. Users can have a customized URL which can be given to any other users or inputted into supported digital photo frame devices for the feed that is being shared. If supported by the device, users may also set up a password to protect the privacy of their photos.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Windows Live Wave 3: New Photo Feed Service - Windows Live FrameIt". LiveSide. July 28, 2008. Archived from the original on August 3, 2008. 
  2. ^ a b "Microsoft launches Windows Live FrameIt – Customise your photo feeds". LiveSide. July 31, 2008. Archived from the original on August 6, 2008. 
  3. ^ "Windows Live FrameIt beta Help Center". Windows Live. Microsoft. Archived from the original on December 3, 2010. 

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