One of the oldest Windows applications, calculator, has been overhauled with an updated user interface in the latest release of Windows 10. The build, 9926, was released on Friday and can be downloaded here if you have not already grabbed the bits.
The calculator does all the magical things you would expect out of a calculator. By clicking on the hamburger button on the top left, you can switch the mode of calculator to many different options including Scientific, Programmer, and there are also several converter calculators too.
We know that you may not be crazy excited about the calculator update but this is one more area where Microsoft has overhauled the UI of Windows to bring it up to modern standards.
Posted below is a gallery of all modes in the updated calculator app and it is worth pointing out more features are available when in full-screen mode too.
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