The Weather Network for Windows 10/8.1

Check the weather from the comfort of your desktop before going on a vacation with the help of this lightweight and powerful utility.

  • The Weather Network for Windows 10/8.1
  • Version :2.1.1409.0
  • License :Trial
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :Pelmorex Media, Inc.

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The Weather Network for Windows 10/8.1 Description

Man has always tried to predict future events, including weather conditions in order to know how to organize activities. Nowadays, forecasts give us a glimpse of how the outside world feels like without even having to look out the window. The Weather Network for Windows 8 is but one of the applications that can provide such info.

View conditions from all over the world

When the application runs for the first time it asks for permission to track down your location to provide accurate info. This only takes several seconds and you are taken to the main workspace.

Latest updates on temperature level are displayed first, as well as wind speed, humidity level and atmospheric pressure. Unfortunately, details are only visible in Celsius units and speed in Km/h, thus limiting variety and accessibility.

An upper drop-down menu lets you select city for which forecasts to be shown. You are free to keep track of as many as you like, but you can only view them on by one, with no integrated feature that enables a comparison display.

Stay up to date with integrated news feed

The application gives you the possibility to take advantage of a few more features. Scrolling sideways gives you access to a satellite overview, by default set over your current location. Several view types are available, but you are not able to plan any routes or search for places of interest.

Additionally, you can stay up to date with news all around the world due to an integrated feature. A few headlines are displayed, with the possibility to access them with a single mouse click.

To end with

Taking everything into consideration, we can say that The Weather Network for Windows 8 tries to offer an alternative to already existing forecast applications. It gets the job done good, but overall it feels a little rough around the edges. Available features greatly limit it, in spite that it tries to combine more useful tools.

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