Google Calendar VS. Windows Calendar
Today’s great entertainment is a competition between the incredible Google Calendar and the spectacular Windows Calendar App! Before we start, here’s some good info to know about both.
Both calendars auto add holidays, and you can turn this off. Also, both can share your calendar with others, though it’s harder on the Calendar app. However, it is easy to change the theme, background, and color schemes on both, and both take one scroll and scroll forward by 1 month.
The first contestant, Google Calendar, is an easy-to-use online calendar. It saves and, unless you want to change it, keeps it as it was set and never changes it. It also has lines between date blocks, and an agenda form of calendar. It also has a very useful density button. This allows for multi-window working. And, Finally, it updates when others add stuff on their calendars if they’re sharing with you.
The absolute opposite of Google Calendar, Windows calendar is hard to use, and randomly changes times of events. Along with this, it has no divides between day blocks, so it gets very confusing. It also does’nt allow for multi-window work, as it has no density controller, and you have to refresh to add others’ changes to their calendars. The only up about this app is that you don’t have to be online for it to work.
As the obvious winner of the Duel of the Calendars, Google calendar is the program on which I will complete next week’s work – making a schedule.
PS. if any of you out there have both of these, or one, I would like you to let me know if you agree with me or not Here. If you do disagree, please tell me why.