WeatherDesktop is a useful little tool for displaying current Australian weather details on your computers desktop.
Enter your postcode, click 'Update' and WeatherDesktop will download the current weather data from Australia's cable TV channel - "The Weather Channel".
The downloaded data is graphically displayed as a set of icons which represent the different weather conditions along with the forecasted minimum and maximum temperatures for your postcode.
Check the 'Add to Windows Startup Menu' to have WeatherDesktop automatically start when your computer is booted.The 'Update Period' value determines the number of minutes until WeatherDesktop will recheck the data for your postcode.
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