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Change Weather Widget Temperature to Fahrenheit or Celsius in Windows 11

Widgets are small cards that display dynamic content from your favorite apps and services on your Windows desktop. They appear on the widgets board, where you can discover, pin, unpin, arrange, resize, and customize widgets to reflect your interests. Your widgets board is optimized to show relevant widgets and personalized content based on your usage.

The Weather widget allows you to see the weather of a location you want. You can have the temperature show in Fahrenheit (°F) or Celsius (°C).

To use the widgets board, you need to be signed in to your Microsoft account, your work account, or your school account.

This tutorial will show you how to change the Weather widget to show the temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius for your account in Windows 11.

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Show Weather Temperature in °C or °F for News and Interests in Windows 10

News and interests on the taskbar provides easy access to information that’s important to you, without the distraction of switching between apps, websites, and other devices. View your location’s current weather conditions directly on your taskbar and hover over the icon to see concise, scannable information from sports and stocks to local news and breaking headlines.

The weather icon on the taskbar and weather card in News and Interests can display the temperature in Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F).

This tutorial will show how to switch between displaying the temperature in Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F) on the weather card and weather icon on the taskbar for news and interests for your account in Windows 10.

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How to Change Weather Location for News and Interests in Windows 10

News and interests on the taskbar provides easy access to information that’s important to you, without the distraction of switching between apps, websites, and other devices. View your location’s current weather conditions directly on your taskbar and hover over the icon to see concise, scannable information from sports and stocks to local news and breaking headlines.

The information shown in news and interests is personalized for individual users. Users can customize the content they see, enabling scenarios like the following:

  • Keep an eye on nearby weather and traffic that may impact a commute.
    To change the location shown for weather and traffic updates, select More options (…) on the Weather or Traffic card, and select Edit Location.
  • Follow a topic related to professional or personal interests.
    Follow a specific topic related to an industry, job role, or subject to learn more about. To follow a specific topic, select Manage Interests and select or search for a topic.
  • Get personalized updates on stocks.
    Keep an eye on major market indicators, see top gainers or losers, or create a watch list of stocks to see updates throughout the day.
  • Share, save or see more stories.
    Select More options (…) on headlines and articles in news and interests on the taskbar to share them with others or save them to read later. Users can also request to see more or fewer stories like the ones shown.

In addition, the appearance of news and interests on the taskbar can be customized. Users can choose to right click or long press a blank space on the taskbar and select News and interests to customize. They can choose Show icon and text or, to save taskbar space, select Show icon only. Users can also select Turn off to unpin news and interests.

You can edit your location in the weather card for News and Interests. If you update your location from the weather card, it will also update the location used for weather on the taskbar.

This tutorial will show you how to change the location used by the weather card in news and interests for your account in Windows 10.

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How to Turn On or Off Weather Card for Microsoft News app in Windows 10

The Microsoft News app is a preinstalled UWP (Universal Windows Platform) app in Windows 10 that delivers breaking news and trusted, in-depth reporting from the world’s best journalists.

You can save yourself a few clicks by adding the new Weather card to the My News feed topic on the Today page in the Microsoft News app. Get the forecast right in your News app — and get the forecast right.

This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off showing the Weather card in the Microsoft News app for your account in Windows 10.

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