The Desktop Weather

The Desktop Weather 2.0.1

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  • Unlike most weather applications with robust features, this one is far from what you’d expect. Its simplicity makes it easy to use and hassle-free.

    How Beneficial is The Desktop Weather on Your Windows PC?

    The Desktop Weather is almost similar to your standard desktop weather-forecasting software powered by Accuweather. It has a really basic interface that covers only a fraction of your computer’s screen.

    There is a space to input any location of your choice. Simply type in the city you want a weather report on, and the application will display weather details in that location. This software also permits you to switch between the units of measurements(Celsius or Fahrenheit).

    The Desktop Weather will not only display the day’s weather forecast but also for the next two days. If you need an application that offers a more extensive weather report, then you should consider installing a different application.

    Key Features of The Desktop Weather Include:

    • Allows change of units of measurements(Celsius or Fahrenheit);
    • Displays weather forecast for the next two days;
    • Search for various cities;
    • Lightweight user interface;
    • Simple to understand and use.

    Summary

    The Desktop Weather is a simple desktop weather forecasting tool, with the necessary reports on the daily weather conditions. It also displays the future forecast for the next two days. If you need more advanced features, then you’ll have to try different weather forecasting software.

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  • Last Updated: 2019-06-10
  • Developer: Wisemana,Inc.
  • Version: 2.0.1
  • File size: 4.3 MB
  • Downloads: 5,352
  • Operating system: Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
  • Filename: Weather_tool.exe

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