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1983–1984 (unused) 1985–1987 1990–1992 1992–2000 2005 (unused) 2005–2006 (unused) 2006 (unused)
1983–1984 (unused) 1985–1987 1990–1992 1992–2000 2005 (unused) 2005–2006 (unused) 2006 (unused)
2007–2009 2007–2009 2009–2012 2012–2015 2015–2020 2018 (proposed) 2020–2024
2007–2009 2007–2009 2009–2012 2012–2015 2015–2020 2018 (proposed) 2020–2024

Calendar Program[]

1983–1984 (unused)[]

Calendar 1-1983
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Used in the first Windows 1.0 public demos.

The program would be retired in later builds of Windows 1.0.

This program would be re-introduced with Windows 1.0 Beta, but the program wasn't able to minimize into an icon, so it didn't have one.

1985–1987[]

Calendar Windows 1

Used in Windows 1.0 and 2.0.

1990–1992[]

Calendar Windows 3

Used in Windows 3.0.

With the release of Windows 3.0, Calendar would be integrated with the Accessories.

1992–2001[]

Calendar Win3.1

Used in Windows 3.1, 95, 98 and ME.

With the release of Windows 95, Calendar would be deprecated in favor of the taskbar's calendar. However, it would get fully discontinued with the release of Windows XP, when it was removed entirely.

Windows Calendar[]

With the release of Windows Vista, Calendar would be re-introduced as a program linked with Hotmail.

2005 (used in Windows Mobile 2002 - 5.0, but unused in Vista)[]

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Used in Windows Vista builds 5212 and Windows Mobile (2002 to 5.0).

2005–2006 (unused)[]

Microsoft Calendar 2005 5231

Used in Windows Vista from build 5231 to 5840.

2006 (unused)[]

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2007–2009[]

Calendar 2006

Used in Windows Vista.

When Windows Vista released, shines were added to the logo, spacing was altered and the flower's render was changed.

Windows Live Calendar (Web Service)[]

With the release of Windows Live Wave 2, a new calendar web service, Windows Live Calendar, was created.

2007–2009[]

Win live calendar wave 2
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Used in Windows Vista.

2009–2012[]

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Used in Windows 7.

Outlook Calendar[]

2012–2015[]

Calendar Windows 8

In 2012, Windows Live Calendar was rebranded as Outlook Calendar. This icon was used in Windows 8 & Windows 8.1. This icon continued to be used on Outlook.com until the 2017 redesign.

2015–2020[]

Used in Windows 10. The Outlook variant was only accessible on a Windows 10 Mobile device.

2018 (proposed)[]

Windows calendar 2018

Icon seen in the Office 365 Icons Video.

2020–2024[]

This logo was originally designed for Windows 10X, but was only used on Windows 10 and 11.

A different version of the calendar icon can be seen on the Microsoft Edge Homepage, this icon is used for the online version for Outlook Calendar.

In June 2023, Microsoft anounced that Mail, Calendar and People would be replaced by Outlook. Outlook would become the default mail client and calendar for Windows in 2024. The migration of users from Calendar to Outlook started in June 2023.

Calendar (Microsoft service)
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