Harshad Italiya
Harshad Italiya
Electronics and Communication
15 Aug 2015

Calculator Application for Windows 7

Hi,
Default calculator of Windows 7 sucks. It works on the mode you choose and each mode has some limitations.
For example I want to do some basic division and multiplication and same time I want to convert some data in binary to hex to decimal. So programmer mode does not support division result in point format.
Anybody using any external calculator software which have all functions but no limitation to switch modes or like that.
Big_B

Big_B

Branch Unspecified
15 Aug 2015
I use Google. 😉😁😛

Ex.
- 0x30 into decimal
- ((49846846564 * 70) + 0xFB ) into octal
- 5465444 % 5
- and so on.. 😉
Ashraf HZ

Ashraf HZ

Communications
15 Aug 2015
I agree, the default calc isn't that good. I didn't bother looking for alternatives, I just used a spreadsheet application like Excel for calculations. More useful that way, and the formulas can be reused and manipulated.
15 Aug 2015
Everybody's hopped on to Windows 10 already? Wow!
Abhishek Rawal

Abhishek Rawal

Electronics and Communication
15 Aug 2015
Try this Papyros Calculator : https://raw.githubusercontent.com/p...lator/master/papyros-calculator-0.1-setup.exe
It's the calculator that is included in Material based ArchLinux based distro, Papyros. But you can try in Windows too. Maybe W7 uses QT4, I guess and this is QT5 app. So, chances are there it might not work in Seven. But will work in Windows 10.

Harshad Italiya

Harshad Italiya

Electronics and Communication
16 Aug 2015
Thank you Guys for suggestion. I will them try and see how that works.

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