Developer: Richard Dixon

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 7 years ago

Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download


DayCalc is a simple utility which tells you the number of weekdays and weekends days between two dates. You might use it to help you plan a major project, to see how long to your wedding or to test whether a 20-weekday reply period has been met by an organisation.

DayCalc will automatically use your local date format as set in your Control Panels, e.g. day-month-year for the UK, month-day-year for the US, 11/11/2013 for UK. 11-11-2013 for the Netherlands.


Release Notes:

Works with all international date formats.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2
Review by terrycts

Priceless! - Every month I need to calculate 12 weeks before an upcoming room reservation at the local library. It is confusing to go through a calendar and count the weeks. I just turn it into 84 days and type in a date that is close. From there it is easy to alter the entry to get 84 days. Since there is considerable competition for the room, I enter the reservation date in my calendar and email the form the evening before. If you have a similar situation, this app will make it easy.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.2
Review by Geen tea

Surprisingly effective! - For 1.7 MB, this little app performs big! I always had to mentally count calendar days, which was something I thought was the way it is. I highly recommend this for anyone who needs to figure out time dating. I can't say enough about this app!

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people
Version 1.2
Review by Maxstar

It Does What It Says! - I have only used the app for a short period of time, however it does exactly what it says. I use it to calculate the number of days that appraisals expire. Once the property appraisal is 120 days old, they are no good. This little program gets it right every time.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 1.2
Review by Crim Law Man

Old App/Doesn't work - DayCalc was a wonderful app. Alas, with later OS upgrades (Mojave for me), the 2015 version offered crashes before loading is complete. In it's current form, DayCalc has become a waste of drive space and is non-functional. Garbage time.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people