If you’re like me at all, Google knows a lot, maybe too much, about you. Who you chat with, the content of all your email messages, your medical records, and your calendar. I’ve tried every method I could think of to have my Google Calendar easily accessible from my Windows desktop: Google Desktop gadgets, the good ol’ Active Desktop and so on.
What I really wanted was to not have to leave my current working program to use Google Calendar. Enter: GMinder, the simplest GCal program I’ve seen yet.
Login with your Google Account credentials to get started. GMinder, by default, imports all of your events up to one month in advance, and updates every ten minutes.
Your default view when the program first starts or when clicking the System Tray icon shows you the next month at a glance; Different options are available with a right-click on the Tray icon.
GMinder also pops up to remind you of the day’s events. Clicking “Open” on these popups will open the event in your default browser for editing.
GMinder is a dead-simple way to keep your Google Calendar handy. There’s a ton more tips for Google Calendar on MakeUseOf, but we’d like to hear from you if we’ve missed any. Let us know in the comments below!