I recently was required to "upgrade" from Windows 7 to Windows 10 when I got a new computer at work. For the most part, Windows 10 is not too bad, but there are a few annoyances that come along with it. One of them, for me, is the new calendar when you click on the taskbar clock. I don't like the way the calendar scrolls one week at a time. In Windows 7, the calendar scrolled one month at a time when using the mouse wheel, which is much more preferable.
So after searching the web and trying various registry hacks that no longer work with the latest builds of Windows, I decided to fix the problem myself. After a few hours of hacking away at Win32 API stuff, I have come up with Old Clock! Yeah, real original name, I know. But the gist of it is that it's an old clock for your new version of Windows. Nothing fancy, minimal resources, the way I like my widgets.
If you are interested in this new tool, feel free to check it out on the application page. If you have any suggestions or comments, feel free to contact me and let me know!