Is WeatherBlink Worth the Disk-Space?

@mythociate (15186)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 14, 2012 9:53pm CST
Should I download WeatherBlink (a weather-forecast tool from our generous myLot-sponsors), or would it slow down my computer more than the four-or-five times-a-week I surf to the Weather Channel site?
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@iuliuxd (4453)
• Romania
17 May 12
Yes i think it will slow down your computer and even more it`s not that cool to run something that weird on your computer all the time.Maybe you can remove the auto start using a program like CCleaner or something and start the tool only when you need it.
@mythociate (15186)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
7 Jun 12
So it makes more sense just to go to (linking to's hourly forecast for my ZIP code) every other day or so than -to have ANOTHER program running ALL-THE-TIME alongside the numerous programs I already have running? ask a stupid question ...
• United States
15 May 12
I don't like downloading stuff to my computer. I do have a weather indicator on my screen, but it is already with my computer when I purchased it. If you check the weather a lot online it might save you some valuable time though if you download it. I like knowing what the temperature is all the time too.
@mythociate (15186)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
16 May 12