Archive for the tag 'desktop calendar'

We’re happy to announce the release of Desktop iCalendar 1.9.5. This release is a major improvement in the 1.9.3 series, which includes new features, bug fixes and skins.

The changes include:

  • New skins (Glass 3 and Glass 4)

    Glass 4

    Glass 4 for Desktop Calendar

  • Windows 7 desktop integration is added.
  • No events in holiday calendars issue is fixed.
  • Bug of syncing with Android via Google Calendar is fixed ( Pro version).
  • Account limitation of gmail.com is removed when adding the Google Personal Calendar  (Pro version).

All users of  Desktop iCalendar, especially those using earlier 1.9.1 releases are advised to upgrade to this release as soon as possible. If there are any problems or suggestion as you use the new version, please feel free to contact us.

The release can be download from:

http://www.desksware.com/files/desktop-icalendar-setup.exe

The lite version can downloaded from :
http://www.desksware.com/files/desktop-icalendar-lite.exe

Enjoy!

master

Desktop iCalendar 1.6 is Released

We are proud to announce the release of Desktop iCalendar 1.6. It is a must upgrade version for current Desktop iCalendar users. It is more stable and robust than before. Windows 7 support is also added. It is 100% free for our registered users.

screen shot of new version

The changes include:

  • Fix day-light issue
  • Fix  time zone issue
  • Add multiple Google Account support
  • Improve the skin designer

You can download it at here. Please just feel free to contact us if you have any suggestions.

It is a easy thing to sync iPod calendar with Desktop iCalendar, because they both use same file format, iCalendar.Just follow the simple steps, you can move your calendar from PC to iPod easily.

1. Connect iPod with your PC, open iTune.

2. In iTune, click the iPod’s name under Devices. Click the Summary tab and click the checkbox next to Enable disk use. Click the Apply button.

3. Copy the calendar files which extension names are “.ics” from “My documents” to the “iPod drive letter:\Calendar”.

This solution works smoothly for iPod Nana, and iPod Classic except iPod touch. Apple hides its disk mode setting  :( .