Rainmeter 3.2 r2378 Beta

4.6 out of 5 stars 4.6 (301 votes)

BETA ()

Windows 7/8/Vista/XP / Freeware / 18,890 downloads

Rainmeter is a desktop customization platform. Through Rainmeter, you can enhance your Windows computer at home or work with skins: handy, compact applets which float freely on your desktop, much like Windows Sidebar gadgets, or dashboard widgets for the Mac.

Rainmeter skins provide you with useful information at a glance. It's easy to keep an eye on your system resources, like memory and battery power, or your online data streams, including email, RSS feeds, and weather forecasts. Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, and send your tweets to Twitter - all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking.

  • Homepage

    Rainmeter

  • Uninstaller

    Yes

  • Latest Changes

    - Added WebParser: Added new OnConnectErrorAction to WebParser parent measures to allow taking an action when a site or file resource cannot be connected to

    - Added WebParser: Added new OnRegExpErrorAction to WebParser parent measures to allow taking an action when parsing a site or file resource with RegExp (regular expression) fails

    - Changed WebParser: Changed FinishAction to not be executed when parsing a site or file resource with RegExp (regular expression) fails AND an OnRegExpErrorAction is defined on the measure

    - Added WebParser: Added a new Reset command, used with the !CommandMeasure bang, to reset all values in the WebParser parent and related child measures to their initial empty values

    - Fixed Math: Corrected a problem when a comma-separated, multi-argument math function was used in a formula in a comma-separated, multi-argument option. For instance using Clamp(x,low,high) in the arguments for FontColor=rrr,ggg,bbb,aaa

    - Fixed Skin Installer: Changed the Skin Packager to only allow inclusion of a valid 400x60 .bmp file as a custom header in a .rmskin. Improperly sized custom images were causing visual problems in the Skin Installer user interface

Reviews of Rainmeter

  1. 4 out of 5 stars
    qvcv373

    Reviewing 3.2 r2360 Beta (Feb 10, 2015)

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  2. 5 out of 5 stars
    barrytbutler

    Reviewing 3.1 r2218 Beta (Jan 29, 2014)

    rainmeter is still awesome. have been using it for a few months now and just love it!

  3. 3 out of 5 stars
    humbleuser

    Reviewing 3.0 r1950 Beta (Jun 11, 2013)

    I would like to rate this higher but please, please tell us up front that the program is a lot bigger and that the installer will download a heck of a lot more that the 1.3mb. I vote for more honesty on the web.

  4. 5 out of 5 stars
    Music4Ever

    Reviewing 2.5 r1761 Beta (Jan 16, 2013)

    Been playing around with this & I like it, lots to mess around with, even better it's free! - But as my keyboard isn't waterproof it wrecked it , also flooded my PC room out so beware!

  5. 5 out of 5 stars
    timmeh

    Reviewing 2.4 r1634 Beta (Oct 1, 2012)

    I've been using rainmeter for quite a while now. Besides the eyecandy you can really boost your productivity especially by using skin packages like Enigma. It allows you to fetch RSS feeds to your desktop, set up calendar events and other clever tasks. This is my current rainmeter desktop http://ratemydesktop.org...S/Rainmeter_Enigma.html Rainmeter has come a long way since it was first released.

Discuss Rainmeter

  1. Feb 11, 2013 - 6:15 PM
    beatmakershq

    i dont see what the big deal is, rainmeter is awesome

  2. Jul 11, 2011 - 4:14 PM
    psycros

    I have no respect for any program that immediately starts downloading dependencies without bothering to first check if their present. Who DOESN'T have the VC++ runtime on their system at this point?? At least least ASK me if you can't be bothered to write the five lines of code!

  3. Nov 2, 2009 - 10:30 PM
    sgtevmckay

    Time for discussion.
    What is there that you believe that Rainmeter can not do?