At first glance the Windows 7 calculator looks just like Vista's version, but further exploration will reveal powerful new Scientific, Statistics and Programmer modes. Check out the options menu too, which offers many different unit conversions (weight, area, temperature and many more), date calculations (number of days between two dates), plus templates to help calculate vehicle fuel economy, mortgage rates and lease statistics.
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