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I Googled a lot to find how to download and install the weather feature in Windows 8. I am not having it in my app list. Please tell me how can I add it? I am not finding it in the store available in start menu. I found that it is one of the best applications which win8 have included. Hence I want to make use of it.

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Have you tried searching for "Weather"? I had this application on my Start screen right after installation. – Dec 16 '12 at 10:45 Yeah first thing what I did was searching for weather in start screen. – NewUser Dec 16 '12 at 13:45

Overall concept use Window 8's own search.
Key Point put the focus on 'Store' not 'Apps'.
From the Metro UI Type 'Weather', remember to put the focus on 'Store'.
You could refine the search with 'Bing Weather'

Search for Bing Weather

Tip for Windows 8 weather apps. Install at least 3 and see which is the best for your needs.

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On my Windows 8 machine "Weather" came as part of the Start screen. I am not certain, but I imagine Microsoft's "Weather" app would be powered by Bing. – Dec 16 '12 at 10:44
I didn't find this weather in store. I am running an enterprise edition. – NewUser Dec 16 '12 at 13:43

The official store link for the Windows 8 (Bing) Weather app is this

Click in Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 and the store will download the right app. (The app name is localized to your system Language, you won't find it as "Bing Weather")

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Windows 8 contains the Bing Weather feature. The application was not correctly installed. This problem can be solved easily with the feature Refresh. Refreshing the PC takes a bit time but puts all the settings to default.

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