orb3000 · Sep 8, 2010 at 06:00 am

HTC Sense Gadget for Windows

Have you ever wanted to have HTC Sense weather and clock on your desktop?; now thanks to XDA member pedmond this is possible.
The original poster points us to the download site of this free application for your Windows computer.
Five day weather forecast, actual weather, date, and clock will display the same way as you have it on your Windows Mobile device. Application uses almost no resources, so you can use it even with a low powered computer.
You must have .NET framework 4 in order to use this app.

Originally posted by pedmond
HTC Sense Gadget for Windows

I found today a great Windows gadget that looks like the clock – weather combo in Sense. You can find more at http://htchome.codeplex.com/.

I liked it… Perhaps you will too

You can find more information in the app thread.


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