Aeris Calendar is a desktop calendar with current weather conditions, forecasts and severe weather alerts. Aeris Calendar allows you to easily add reminders, daily notes, todo entries and events such as birthdays and anniversaries.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:47
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Aeris Calendar is a desktop calendar with current weather conditions, forecasts and severe weather alerts. Aeris Calendar allows you to easily add reminders, daily notes, todo entries and events such as birthdays, anniversaries and holidays. The extended forecast is displayed directly on the calendar and current conditions are displayed on the calendar, tray icon and desklet. Detailed current conditions, day-to-day and hourly forecasts are also available. When severe weather hits your area, Aeris Calendar provides several options to alert you and will give you a description of the alert. Flexible reminders will alert you by playing a sound, using the unobtrusive Windows balloon tips, and/or displaying a popup box. Notes can be added to any day on the calendar simply by double-clicking on the day and they will be displayed directly on the calendar. The customizable tray icon allows you to display any current condition directly on the icon, such as the current temperature, humidity, wind speed and more. You can even modify the tooltips for the tray icon to display exactly what you want. Themes allow you to change how the calendar looks or you can select any image on your computer to serve as the calendar background. Several themes come installed with Aeris Calendar and more are available on our website, or you can select any image on your computer to serve as the backdrop for your calendar. Many more unique features make Aeris Calendar not only useful but fun to use as well.
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