Calendar Gadget for Windows 7

A calendar always come in handy. There are plenty of great calendar gadgets for Vista and Windows 7.


If you are using the Windows Live service, you’ll always have to log into your account to check your important dates. To avoid that you can simply install the calendar gadget for Windows 7 and do that right on your desktop.

Windows Live Calendar

Although this is still a alpha release the gadget is working very well and you no longer have to log into calendar.live.com manually.

You can set a start and end date for events and also get an alarm message whenever it is needed. You can also add html text to the description and add useful links. Definitely comes in handy!

There are a bunch of other calendar gadgets you may want to check out

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2 Responses to Calendar Gadget for Windows 7

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Kane said:

    This is a great app. Very useful now that I have a Windows Phone 7. I can see my calendar events on both the phone and my computer. Keep up the good work.

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Alexandre said:

    Really usefull stuff! Congratulations!
    I just think it is too small. I would sugest the possibility of a bigger calendar, in which we can tipe appointments in the days (and remain visible).
    Also, it would be nice if it showed the next 30 days, for example, instead of simply the current month.

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