MicroWeather [32|64bit] 🌠

MicroWeather [32|64bit] 🌠

Being able to accurately plan a day around the weather is important as well as just convenient, yet it can be difficult given the unpredictable nature of the weather. MicroWeather is an application that allows users to receive weather reports on their desktop based on specific areas, that can be changed via to suit any location.
A difficult interface to set up, with an awkward method for selecting a location or area
The key aspect of MicroWeather is that it can provide users with weather reports for a specific area, which MicroWeather fails to do. Selecting a location is difficult and often doesn't work, with the search method being poorly explained and often showing up zero results. There is only one search bar, rather than separate text fields for a country, city, postcode, county or area.
It is extremely unclear just what areas are supported by MicroWeather, or if it only works for a specific country. There is an “extended” option in the search window that is not explained and the program makes no effort to make it clear, the problem is made worse by the lack of a loading bar or progress tracker. It is hard to tell the difference between a failed search and one that is still trying to find a result.
A limited set of options and almost no real weather information actually displayed
Once MicroWeather is actually configured to a location, the amount of information actually displayed is insignificant and offers no real weather information. The program displays the temperature and nothing else, users can select either a Metric or Imperial scale for the temperature, but there are no details.
To be even partially useful, MicroWeather needs to display the current weather, not just the temperature, such as if it's sunny, cloudy, rainy and so on. There is also no hotkey to display the weather alert and users need to access the system try to see the update, making it inconvenient to use.
A failed attempt at making a workable weather update, that could be improved in a myriad of ways
For MicroWeather to be useful, the application needs to be improved in so many different areas. From the displayed detail, from how the information is accessed, but most importantly how a location is selected. There needs to be a much more detailed system that allows users to pick a country, then a city, rather than its simplistic one. Until MicroWeather is improved, there are much better ways to receive weather updates.







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MicroWeather is an interesting program, that is a step in the right direction of making weather updates easier and more effective. Its interface is a major design flaw and should be improved significantly to make the program more useful. With a little effort, MicroWeather can be a very useful tool, especially as a stop gap, until better applications for the job emerge.


The FreeWeather app works fine and it does exactly what it claims to do.
You can download it from Apple’s app store.
It has no direct competition and its interface is quite easy.

It’s free and open source.
You can choose any location that you want, as long as you have an internet connection.
No data is stored on your device.
It runs on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
It displays the current weather and alerts (switches to the’sunny’ weather category when it detects rain in the area).
It doesn’t require a background connection (so it will work during airplane mode)
It supports multiple languages.


There is another weather app that does exactly what you want: FreeWeather.
It costs $0.99. I use it on my Mac and Windows systems (in fact I use it on Windows 7 phones too). It works perfectly on my systems.

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See also

Weather Website
List of Weather Applications


External links


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The Voice of the Philippines Season 2 is the second season of The Voice of the Philippines, a reality show that is part of the Filipino The Voice franchise. The season premiered on ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel (TFC) on September 17, 2016. The coaches for the second season are veteran singer and actress Ogie Alcasid and Filipino singer and pianist Jason Dy. The winner of The Voice of the Philippines Season 2 will receive a recording contract with Sony Music and cash prizes.

The remaining five judges from the first season returned for their respective teams, with Ogie Alcasid returning as a coach, and Jason Dy returning as a coach. The coaches’ panel was officially introduced in a special premiere episode on September 17, 2016.

The Blind Auditions
The Blind Auditions took place at the Wack-Wack Ballroom and The Bistro & Bar, both located at SM Aura in the Fort, Taguig. The eight coaches will be narrowing down the thousands of hopefuls until they choose the finalists. The blind auditions began airing on September 17, 2016, on ABS-CBN and The Filipino Channel (TFC). A “secret judge” will always be present in the blind auditions.

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Blind auditions
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Episode 1 (September 17)

Episode 2 (September 24)

Episode 3 (October 1)

Episode 4 (October 8)

The Battles
The Battle Rounds began airing in a special premiere episode on September 24, 2016, at the Wack-Wack Ballroom and The Bistro & Bar, both located at SM Aura in the Fort, Taguig.

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The Knockouts
The Knockouts was held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City. All the Battles were held at Wack Wack Ballroom, located at SM Aura in the Fort Taguig, while the Knockouts were held on November 15, 2016.

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Live shows
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Live Show 1 (November 15)

Live Show 2 (November 22)

Live Show 3 (

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Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service is the name of the service that patrols and protects all of Greater Manchester and Cheshire.

The service is organised into four Regions – Greater Manchester, Northern, Central and South.

There were five Metropolitan Borough Fire Brigades operating in the area that is now Greater Manchester from 1867. The service was formed in 1974 when the Metropolitan Borough Fire Brigade was disbanded and the responsibility passed to the newly formed Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.

The service is organised into four Regions – Greater Manchester, Northern, Central and South.

Regional Operations Teams based in each region are organised into Civilian and Public Access Units who co-ordinate operations in a particular area of the county. Civilian Units are based in the Fire Stations on the roads and they may cover a number of properties. They are complemented by Public Access Units who cover a number of residential or commercial properties that are suitable for public access.

Greater Manchester has a 999 call handler (C-class) situated in Stretford to co-ordinate operations.

The service is also responsible for a number of non-fire emergency services. Such services are designated by either the Greater Manchester Police or Cheshire Police. These include:
Ambulance – 999
Police – 999
Mobile Artillery – 113
Road Policing – 999 and 0161 and 118
Road Traffic – 0161

The service has a number of communication links including:
33 area radio stations and a nationally run radio station
A 24-hour Fire Control Centre
Fire Control and Command systems
De-centralised Fire Monitoring
A mobile Command unit

As well as providing a number of training opportunities for new recruits the

What’s New in the MicroWeather?

Browser-based micro weather app that reports weather in specific areas via GPS and internet provider location.


Free – weather

Allows you to view and report on current, forecasted, and historic weather conditions from anywhere you have internet access.

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PowerShell: Round-up to the next decimal?

Is there any function in PowerShee that round-up a decimal to the next.5 decimal?
For instance:
>>> [decimal]$float_value = 2.5

>>> ([decimal]$float_value).ToString()

>>> ([decimal]$float_value).Round(0)

>>> ([decimal]$float_value).Round(1)

>>> ([decimal]$float_value).Round(2)

Ideally, a function would also be able to round to the.5 decimal places. For example, when you round to 2 decimal places you’d be round it to 2.0, not 2.5.
I’ve been asked to implement this in PowerShee, so I’m looking to find the correct language construct to do this.
I’ve also found this and this, but I’m wondering if the language has something built in that could do this already.


My understanding is that decimal doesn’t support this out of the box, but you can use Math.Floor to change the method of rounding to 0.
For example, here’s a sample script:
$value = 2.5
$newvalue = $value.ToString()


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OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (32/64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3/5/7/9/10 (Intel Xeon Quad Core, Intel Core i7, Intel Xeon E3/5/7/9)
Memory: 4 GB (recommended 8 GB)
Hard Disk: 20 GB
Video: Intel HD Graphics 4000/3000/2000/4000 (Onboard graphics)
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