How to Install a WeatherBug
By Peter Thomas
WeatherBug desktop edition is a software application for Windows that allows you to view current weather conditions, see forecasts and receive weather alerts. The program lists hourly, weekend and 7-day reports and lets you view time-lapsed footage of how weather has changed in your area. WeatherBug is free to download and install and only requires an active Internet connection to function.
Visit the WeatherBug Client Desktop Software download site (see Resources).
Save the installation file to your desktop, then double-click it to begin setup.
Exit all running programs when prompted, then click "Next."
Review the Ask Toolbar license agreement. You may choose to not install this bundled software by removing the check mark in "I accept the terms of the Ask End User License Agreement and want to install the Ask Toolbar." Click "Next."
Review the location where the files will be installed by checking the path listed in "Destination Folder." Click "Next" to begin installing.
Click "Finish" when setup informs you that the installation has completed. You have now installed WeatherBug.
Peter Thomas has been a technical writer since 2001. He also works as a computer-programming consultant who specializes in conveying abstract information-technology concepts to non-technical workers. Thomas is a former site manager and reporter for the Warcry Network. He received his Bachelor of Science in computer science from the University of Connecticut.