Agreed! YoWindow should certainly promote itself as effectively as possible, and not simply because this wonderfully intelligent software is good (which it is) but because it's so astonishingly useful. We've come to trust it implicitly, and though it obviously depends on the accuracy of data supplied by meteorological sources, YoWindow has invariably been spot on in its forecasting.
(We're based in England's far north, between The Lake District and Hadrian's Wall, and our met server is the Norwegian weather service. We weren't too sure about that to begin with, but seeing as how our BBC weather forecasts, using the UK Met office, have generally been unreliable, we figured well, why not? Last Sunday, we decided we'd pop down to one of the lakes for breakfast and a morning stroll. YoWindow didn't report a favourable outlook. But it did for Wednesday. So we decided to wait for the promised clear skies and bright sunshine. Which is exactly what happened: a spectacularly beautiful morning amidst the lakes and mountains, the day crystal clear. And, of course, not a single tourist in sight, the roads virtually empty.)
On a side note: I seem to spend a lot of my time uninstalling bloatware and trialware on friends' new computers. They don't ask for it to be there and, especially, they don't ask for the awful 60-day "free subscriptions" to certain antivirus products. (Sadly, some of 'em have, in the past, fallen for this and paid for a year's discounted subscription at the end of the trial period -- and then, because they've failed to read the very, very small print, have been hit with an auto-renewal at full price 12 months later which has blasted a large hole in their credit card. This auto-renewal con trick really is despicable.)
The publishers of all this software pre-installed on new computers pay a hefty chunk of money to the manufacturer (are you listening, Dell?)
for product placement, and there's no way YoWindow with its limited finances is going to be able to compete.
But, but, but. . . If I did come across a new computer which arrived with YoWindow pre-installed, then though everything else would get stripped off, YoWindow would stay there. Because it's that good.
You keep on blowing that trumpet of yours, YoWindow gang: anything that helps to widen the user-base and ensure the app's long-term success is fine by me!