Windows 7's Calculator bundles real-life uses

Calculator is one of the programs that Microsoft has 'upgraded' to a much nicer interface (than what is available now) in Windows 7. The new Windows 7 Calculator now has 4 different modes :

  • Standard Mode
  • Statistics Mode
  • Programmer Mode
  • Scientific Mode

This default calculator goes above and beyond the brick on your desk by including unit conversions, date calculations, and a neat new set of "templates" that let you do things like figure out gas mileage, hourly wages, mortgage payments, leases, and more. Check out some of the calculator goodness in the Windows 7 Preview here

News source: Lifehacker

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