I am baffled by the people
that require a stand alone cheap calculator when they already have a very accurate one in their computer.

In Windows 7 you can access your calculator it by going to

*Start Menu - > Accessories -> Calculator*.*or just*

**calculator****in the**

*calc***Start Menu**search box.

__Modes__
The calculator has 4 main modes with which
you can do calculations:

·
The Standard Mode.

·
The Scientific Mode.

·
The Programming Mode.

·
The Statistics Mode.

**Some of the New Features of the Windows Calculator:**

**- Offers different conversions units (angle, pressure, volume, time etc.) and it is really simple to use.**

__Unit Conversions__
To calculate unites of time, select the type of
transformation (example: Time), the

*From*unit measurement (like Hour), and the*To*measurement unit (like Second).**–**

__Date calculation__
For reasons ranging to contract periods to calculating vacation time, it is great to see it implemented into the
program.

- You can subtract between two days from the calendar or you can personally add or remove days, years , etc from the date that was set.

Select the dates (from and to) to see the
difference between them. Or one can also manually type a number of days, months
(etc.) to subtract (or add) from a date and to see the final result.

This is done by clicking on the

*'Calculate the difference between two dates'*and selecting the second given option.
4.

**- These are options offered for real life calculations.**__Worksheets__
Examples are to calculate
mortgage, vehicle lease or car gas mileage.