Windows Calculator App Gets Updated for Windows 10 PC & Mobile Users
We were telling you quite a while ago that the default Calculator app has seen a revamp in Windows 10, making the app more useful for desktop and mobile users, as well. Since then, the app has received a couple of updates, and it seems that recently Microsoft has released yet another one.
Windows Calculator app gets a small update on Windows 10
The Windows Calculator app for Windows 10 PC and Mobile has been updated with a new version, but there has been no change made in the official version notes. It still displays the changes which have been deployed for the past version:
Try the new programmer mode, with added logical operations. – Scientific mode also includes new functions. – You can now switch between dark and light themes. – It’s easier to use and faster than before.
The new version number for the updated Windows Calculator app is 10.1601.49020.0, just in case you were wondering. We haven’t noticing anything in particular that would draw our attention, but if you spotted something, go ahead and leave your comment in the field at the end of this story.
Speaking of calculators, if you are interested, here’s a small guide which will help you install the Windows 7 calculator on Windows 10, just in case you might like it more. Also, if you’re already running it in Windows 10, but you’re having some kind of issues, here’s how to fix problems with calculator in Windows 10. Last, but not least, do check out some third-party calculator apps that you’d be interested in running on your Windows 10 device.
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