What is WinHaze
WinHaze software (version 220.127.116.11) was developed by Air Resource Specialists, Inc. and is available for download as freeware. WinHaze is a computer-imaging software program that simulates visual air quality differences of numerous scenes. The Level-1 visual air quality modeler allows a person to view visual air quality scenarios on their desktop computer as a supplement to air quality monitoring. Users of the software can select from among 69 wildernesses managed by the USDA Forest Service, or choose a national park or urban scene. The user can then model scenes using different optical parameters or aerosol species to simulate what effect they may have on the view.
WinHaze is a 32-bit software program and can be installed and run using Windows 98, 2000, NT4.0 (SP6), Windows XP or Windows 7. The minimum system requirements include an 800 x 600 true color 24-bit color display set at small fonts, a mouse, and 32 mb of RAM. To install WinHaze 18.104.22.168 first place the setup.exe in a temporary directory and then execute the setup.exe file. WinHaze 22.214.171.124 setup.exe is a self-extracting setup file which will install WinHaze on your system. Also, the software is unlikely to install properly on a computer using a 64-bit system, such as Windows 7.
Note: Any previous version of WinHaze must be uninstalled prior to installing Version 126.96.36.199.
Select on the link below to obtain WinHaze and place it in a folder of your choice (such as MyDownloads). The file is about 188mb, so it may take a while depending on your internet connection speed.
Next, navigate to the folder where you downloaded the file and click on WinHaze_188.8.131.52_Setup.EXE to load the WinHaze 184.108.40.206 software on your machine.
Please note that the WinHaze freeware version is provided "as-is" and no technical support is included. Please contact Air Resource Specialists, Inc. for more information on WinHaze related services available. The mention of a company or product is for convenience and does not represent an endorsement by the USDA Forest Service.