To speed up the development of Windows 10 Calendar applications, Microsoft has invited some Windows Insider members to participate in the Calendar Preview Program test project. Citing foreign media ALumia, some Insider members added the “Try the preview” (try preview) tothe top right corner of the Calendar app after receiving an update to v16005.12130.40020.
After clicking to enable the button, users may receive some new features, but they may contain some BUGS that will prevent Calendar from working properly. In other words, if you enable it, you’ll receive new features that aren’t appropriate for public use, and these new features are limited to Windows Insider users.
Includes 34 new themes in the latest update, improves the monthly view interface, simplifies the new event window, and redesigns account navigation. If you’re a Windows Insideruser and want to try these new features, you should immediately update the Calendar application from the link below, or access the Microsoft Store. If you don’t see any updates, don’t be disappointed, as this appears to be rolled out in stages, which means that not every Windows Insider will get updates.