This disappointing app combines a temperature converter with a 9/11 counter, and wouldn't be worth a download even if was offered free of charge. Counter since 9/11/01, Sun's Position, Temperature has a primitive interface that must be maximized for the user to view the single offered button. The program doesn't offer any graphics, just a text-only display that lists temperature, current date and time, and the sun's position. As you continue through this poorly designed program, you'll see the 9/11 counter, then a temperature converter, and finally, a field to enter your birth date so you can see how long you've been alive. The publisher touts this as a program that will entertain you, but most won't find anything amusing about a counter that shows how long it's been since the World Trade Center attacks. With its amateurish design and incongruent tools, this freeware isn't even worth trying out.
What's new in version 5
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedApril 13, 2006
Operating SystemsWindows 95, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
This is especially designed to entertain and amuse you. This tells the degrees of the position of the sun. This prints out amusing messages about the month, and the day of the week. This gives you the time of the day, including hours, minutes, seconds, and hundreds. Also it prints out amusing messages about the month, the day of the week, and your age. Then it converts your room temperature in Fahrenheit to Celsius. Then it tells you how old you are exactly in years, days, and month. This is a very fun and entertaining and you will definitely enjoy it, and want to run it every day. It helps you to enjoy your self and encourages you to do so, by having a cup of tea, sitting by the computer, and having fun. It gives you a thrill and a laugh.