Display Calendar On Tray by Shortcut Key or at Mouse Hover Over the Clock
The standard way to display calendar on Windows is double-clicking the clock at the tray. If this isn’t enough, there are two options you can choose. First is to use the excellent calendar freeware Rainlendar that provides many customization features and many free calendar themes, and the second option is to use QuickMonth Calendar freeware.
QuickMonth Calendar enables you to display a small calendar whenever you hover mouse over the clock tray. Optionally, you can display tray calendar using your own shortcut key. How long the delay should be before the calendar is displayed can be adjusted as well as the position of the calendar.
QuickMonth Tray Calendar Screenshots
There is no theme customization ability provided like what you can get from Rainlendar, but the calendar theme changes everytime you change Windows theme. Moreover, if you change the taskbar location from bottom to top, left or other sides of the desktop, the calendar will still be displayed over the tray whenever you hover mouse over the clock tray or pressing the shortcut key. However, you may need to restart Windows after you change the taskbar location.Lijit Search