Microsoft Calculator Plus Free Download as Windows Calculator Replacement

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Fed up with the primitive and advanced-feature less Microsoft Calculator that comes built-in on Windows XP, 2003 and Vista operating system? Microsoft offers free software Calculator Plus that provides additional and advanced mathematical computing and calculation functions such as conversions between different measurement units for area, temperature, volume and more. It also includes all the mathematical functions offered in the original Microsoft Calculator prebuilt in Windows.

Download Microsoft Calculator Plus version 1.0

Microsoft Calculator Plus

Microsoft Calculator Plus provides conversion of units from area, consumption (engines), currencies, energy, length, power, pressure, temperature, velocity, volume, weights, with input and output of value possible in metric measurement unit, Imperial and U.S. customary units, natural measure units, non-standard units, and almost all units of currency including Euro, as you can easily create any new currency unit.

Microsoft Calculator Plus supports Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows Vista or later version.

By | 2016-12-09T08:40:33+00:00 December 9th, 2016|Categories: Utilities|Tags: |4 Comments

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  • Jug

    Wow… That skin was awful.

    Why do MS violate their own UI guidelines?

  • Francine

    Fed up with MS validation for a second-rate calculator? Try Calculator++. It's a FREE Java application that runs on every major OS, and does way more than the MS calculator. It's support for currencies isn't limited to the Euro either. Just Google it, and you'll find it available on many web sites.

  • William Davenport

    The conversions are lacking Force and Torque to start with. Guess I need to keep going to Convert by J.F. Madison

  • Alfred jarjue

    I would like to get the source code for window application converting measurement of any kind e.g lengths to meters, inches to feet, currency etc…… Am a student studying computer science in UK.

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