Imagine that you have updated your to and now want to use the Mail app in Windows 10 instead of third-party tools. Now with that done you also want to import a couple of ICS files in to Windows 10 Calendar.

Calendar Restore app

Since Windows 10 Calendar doesn’t support importing ICS files, we had to use a third-party app called Calendar Restore to import ICS files in to Calendar in Windows 10

For those who don’t know, ICS or .ICS (iCalendar) is a format for calendar files supported by all popular email clients, including Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird. Even Calendar supports exporting and importing events in ICS files.

Coming back to Calendar Restore app, it’s a free app available in Windows Store designed to help Windows 10 users easily import all calendar events from ICS files to Calendar app in Windows 10.

Features of Calendar Restore app

  1. Supports iCalendar (.ICS) files
  2. Supports ICS files with multiple events
  3. Allows opening ICS files can be opened directly from email attachments
  4. Associates .ICS files in File Explorer
  5. Supports deleting imported events
  6. Word events appear in local time

And more importantly, the app, according to the developer, doesn’t send any data to any servers.

Using Calendar Restore to import ICS file to Windows 10 Calendar

Method 1 of 2

Step 1: Visit the link below and install Calendar Restore app. As said before, it’s absolutely free.

Step 2: Launch Calendar Restore app, click Import button, browse to the ICS file that you want to import in to Windows 10 Calendar, select the ICS file and then click Open button.

Method 2 of 2

Step 1: Head over to the official Calendar Restore app page (use the above mentioned link) and install the app.

Step 2: Navigate to the folder where ICS file is located, double-click on the ICS file to open Calendar Restore app and begin import events.


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