From Timothy J Collins:
A no-nonsense gadget to get the current conditions around you. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
What's new in this version: This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
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All versions:2.5 stars
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Current version:2.5 stars
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"It has the facts, but zero personality"
Version: Weather Gadget 1
I was able to find my (relatively) small town easily. It never locked up, or acted weird.
This looks like a piece of paper you picked up off the floor and taped to your screen. If you care about how your desktop looks stay clear because this is one ugly duckling.
There are about 10 other weather widgets I know of that do the same thing but look like they belong on the Window 7 (or Vista, even) desktop. This looks like it belongs...before Windows 95!
If all you need is the current weather with no forecasts, no icons, no color, a square box that has dark, rounded corners which suggests that is what is was supposed to look like, then go for it! If you want something that looks better and gives you more info, you can easily find much better widgets like my current favorite, WeatherBug.