Temperature and Humidity Monitor: Arduino not required! (Sort of)

Version 1.1.0 of the Temperature and Humidity Monitor has been released! The full changelog is available in the program.

Besides the minor interface improvements, there are three significant additions:

  1. The program now allows the user to manually select the COM port their Arduino is connected to. This is to prevent the program from connecting to a COM port that is not connected to an Arduino. This is a problem with trying to automatically connect to the Arduino which was the only way to connect in version 1.0.0.
  2. Program settings now save. In addition to the Celsius/Fahrenheit setting, the program can now save the last successfully connected COM port and will offer to use it the next time the program is started.
  3. This version introduces Trial Mode which allows anyone to tour the monitor interface without connecting to an Arduino. Of course, without an Arduino, there is no data to be displayed so the monitor stays empty and any interactive bits are disabled.

Get the new version under Downloads on the Temperature and Humidity Monitor page!

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