When first opening the application, the wizard requires you to choose from a large number of calendars, such as a local one, personal or public calendar from Google (via Google account).
This software utility is highly customizable seeing that you can show or hide all the different windows, change all the fonts used, their size and color, choose from a long list of skins and control the transparency level.
The interface is highly intuitive, which means that any type of individual is able to use Desktop iCalendar, no matter their previous experience. The program can run from startup and it can make hourly announcements using the WAV files of your choosing.
When it comes to the weather window, you should know it displays the temperature for the current day and following four days. The temperature format and current location can be changed, along with the refresh rate.
The application enables you to upload a calendar from an ISC file format, and save the one you are using to the hard drive in the same file type mentioned. Moreover, the utility can show or hide the US holidays.
There is no limit to the entries that can be added to the to-do and event lists. You can control the number of items shown in each window.
All in all, Desktop iCalendar is a very useful application that can help you be more organized, as it displays the weather conditions from your city, calendar for the current month, events and to-do lists. There were no bugs or crashes registered during our tests.