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WP7 Metro Style Weather Widget For Windows 7

Metro Home is an attractive weather widget based on Windows phone 7 (WP7) Metro style user interface (UI) for Windows 7 and Vista. It will display current date, time, and temperature of your city (or any other city) on your desktop.

Metro Home is lightweight and I am sure everybody will love its dynamic interface. To install this widget Microsoft.NET Framework 4 required.

To configure Metro Home, right click on the widget and select widget setting. Here you can change tile color, slideshow interval, time format, weather provider, and your location.
 If you want to add more pictures for the slideshow, go to Widgets- Weather Clock – Pictures and add pictures. Download Metro Home at source


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