Click the Share icon in the upper right corner of your screen.
Enter the person’s name or email address in the text field.
Set the permissions for how you want the person to use your calendar. You can let others view it when you are busy, view all details, edit and more. If you choose Can View When I’m Busy, you’ll only see blocked sections of time labeled “Busy”.
Once you have decided on your preferences, click on Share, or the trash can if you have changed your mind. Whoever you share your calendar with will get an invitation to accept or decline by clicking Add This Calendar. The recipient can then click View Calendar in the email. You can also click the calendar icon at any time and see who has shared their calendar with you under People’s Calendars on the left side of the screen.
Tip of the month
Windows 11 is coming!
At some point this fall, Windows 11 will be available. It will be a free upgrade for any computer currently running Windows 10, provided your computer meets the hardware requirements. Microsoft had made available a small program to run to check your pc. They have taken it down however, so you will need to check your computer manually. In order for it to run Windows 11, you will need:
4 GB Ram
64 GB Space on your hard drive
a processor that is 1 Gigahertz or faster
There are a few additional requirements, but these are the main ones. Windows 11 will be available from the Windows Update area of your settings. If you choose NOT to update, Windows 10 will be supported until 2025.