It’s a well known fact that Windows 7 doesn’t come with Windows Calendar program. Microsoft has removed Windows Calendar from Windows 7 for some strange reasons. One needs to install Windows Live Essentials to get the basic Windows Calendar in Windows 7.
Long back, we showed you how to get Windows Calendar program in Windows 7 as well. If you missed it, you can check out the detailed guide to enable Windows Calendar in Windows 7. If you are new to Windows 7 and want to get Windows Calendar, here is another workaround to get it.
Step 1: Download the original Windows Calendar software from here. Special thanks to scritperkid2 for this.
Step 2: Extract the zip file to get Windows Calendar folder.
Step 3: Move Windows Calendar folder to Program Files folder. If you are on Windows 7 x64, please move it to Program Files (x86) folder.
Step 4: Create a shortcut of the exe file on desktop so that you can launch the program with a mouse click.
We have tested this on x64 version of Windows 7 without any issues.