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Discussion in 'Windows 64 Bit' started by Martin ©¿©¬, Jun 28, 2013.

  1. Hi,
    I have a win 98 Windows calendar that I have been using for years even
    through windows 7 & I liked it its simple ui & functions
    Now I have moved to Win 7 64bit & it won't work

    Can anyone recommend something similar to the win98 cal that will work
    with win7 64bit please
    Thank you
     
    Martin ©¿©¬, Jun 28, 2013
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  2. Martin ©¿©¬

    Rich. Guest

    What's wrong with the calendar program that comes with windows?
     
    Rich., Jun 29, 2013
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  3. Martin ©¿©¬

    XS11E Guest

    XS11E, Jun 30, 2013
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  4. That may be not quite legal... and it's the Windows Vista version.
    Some of the locations to download the file are quire peculiar.

    I'm afraid I don't have an answer. I do remember hearing from
    schools using Windows for Workgroups (3.11) that lost /their/
    calendar when they upgraded - to Windows 95, I suppose -
    but I wasn't in a position to do anything for them. I think
    they would still have their program if Win 95 was just loaded
    on top.

    Microsoft Outlook /might/ be a solution.

    But apparently the problem is that the Win 98 program won't run
    in 64-bit Windows 7; in a 32-bit environment it's happy.
    So is there a way (a reasonable way) to make it happy on 64-bit?

    (AIUI, to run Windows in a "virtual machine" on Win 7, you'd need to buy
    another copy /of/ Windows. But if you have one spare... you could
    even run Windows 98. Well - maybe.)

    Otherwise...... you might want to look for a third-party calendar
    that has been on offer since at least Windows 98. Maybe they decided
    to call it something like "Calendar Plus" - but that's a Mac program.

    If you want only very simple functions, a program with the word
    "Remind" in the name may do, such as "Efficient Reminder" or "Remind-Me".
     
    Robert Carnegie, Jun 30, 2013
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  5. Martin ©¿©¬

    Rich. Guest

    There's one built into Windows Live Mail for free. The next option is to
    upgrade to Windows 8 which does have a calendar program in it.
     
    Rich., Jun 30, 2013
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  6. Sorry; should have said Can anyone recommend something similar to the
    win 3.11 cal that will work with win7 64bit please
     
    Martin ©¿©¬, Jul 9, 2013
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  7. Honestly, I don't any longer remember it, so it would be more helpful if you
    could list requirements, and which ones you've tried and why they don't meet
    your needs. That would give us something to base a recommendation on.
     
    Charlie Russel-MVP, Jul 13, 2013
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