Microsoft is rolling out a new Windows 10’s Calendar App.
The update is adding a new feature which displays the all 12 months of the calendar on a single screen.
This does look like a great feature, especially when you want to view all of your events in a single year from one place. To be honest it is a bit nostalgic too, and reminds me of the old paper/cardboard calendars which we used to have on our desk.
Compare it with the current version of the Mail and Calendar app’s view, it looks huge and very cluttered doesn’t it.
One user named Leo, commented that this is not a new feature at all, and that he had it prior to the [...]
Microsoft has announced that it will be making some important changes to its email service, Outlook.com.
The first of the changes is a Smarter Address Book.
The Redmond company says that it is adding new people and calendar features, which will help people to avoid spelling errors when using Outlook on the web. The company says that users often mispell names, or omit someone from a group email and this is what the new feature will fix.
And as this obviously suggests, Outlook.com will be learning from your usage. When you are composing a new message, and place the mouse cursor type in the recipient options (To: or Cc:), the email service will display a [...]
Google has just added a new feature to its Calendar on the web.
Meet the brand new trash can. No, seriously it is the newest addition.
The Mountain View company’s calendar service, is probably the most popular reminder and event management tool today, thanks to the rise of smartphones. One major feature missing from Calendar on the web, was the ability to delete and restore events. Surprisingly enough, Gmail and Google Drive have had this feature for a long time.
And now Google has added the same to its Calendar web app. It is a pretty nifty little feature which will come especially handy, in case you accidentally deleted an event, or need to [...]
Microsoft has rolled out updates for a couple of its apps on Windows 10.
The updates are merely cosmetic and change the icons of the Mail and the Calendar App.
The apps should be updated automatically, but if they have not, you can manually update them from the Windows Store Beta. Even if the apps have been updated, chances are you will only have the old icons on the Taskbar and the Start Screen.
To fix this, you will have to manually do a very simple step. Just unpin the app from the Taskbar and the Start Screen, and add them back from Start > All Apps.
You can do so, by right clicking on the icon and then selecting Pin or Unpin.