If you use the Google Chrome web browser, you may want to add a calculator to it as a browser extension. I find myself using this calculator on a regular basis. Very similar to the Android calculator, in appearance, that you find on the Android phones.

# Simple and Easy To Use Calculator For Google Chome

I was on the hunt for a Google Chrome browser “math calculator” extension so that I would have a math calculator readily available (to perform simple calcuations) without having to navigate from the browser. What I found (and installed) was the “Android Calculator” which has been designed to emulate the calculator that is similar to the one on your Android smarphone.

# A FREE Basic Calculator (that can be accessed via the web or as a browser extension)

I love this calculator for its’ simplicity and that it is right at hand, as a browser extension. You can also access this calculator via the source link below and to learn more on how to install the calculator as a browser extension.

A simple calculator for basic arithmetic. This is a free tool available as an offline-enabled web/mobile application, Chrome extension, Firefox Add-on, and Microsoft Edge Extension.

Source: Basic Arithmetic Calculator

# What is up with the huge Calculator in Windows 10, Microsoft? | gHacks Tech News

Those who use the Calculator regularly may have been shocked by the giant size of the Calculator in the new version of Windows 10. The calculator takes up most of the screen when launched initially. The screenshot below shows it right after launch on a 1920×1080 monitor on a PC running Windows 10 version 1809.

Source: What is up with the huge Calculator in Windows 10, Microsoft? – gHacks Tech News

# How To Get To Google’s Onscreen Calculator and Unit Converter

If you are ever in a pinch and you need a calculator or unit converter, simply visit Google.com and search for “**calculator**” (to get an onscreen calculator) or search for “**unit converter**” (to get an onscreen unit converter).

**CALCULATOR**

**UNIT CONVERTER**

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# Using Google Search As A Calculator

There are many instances what I write about here on the blog is from personal experience. Today, at my retirement job, we had to complete a purchase order in quick fashion and I needed to perform some math calculations to determine costs. Instead of pulling out a calculator I pulled up the** Google Search** box and started typing in the calculations (in plain English). Once I entered what I needed to be calculated, Google performed the calculation for me and also sent me to an online calculator in the event I needed to perform additional calculations.

I also found that you can perform math calculations using Microsoft’s search engine, called** Bing**, as well; however, minus the online calculator.

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# A Portable Math Tool That Includes Many Calculators And Converters

Today’s post is not a lengthy one, due it explains itself. What I am talking about is a small portable math tool, that includes many calculators and converters, called **Calculatormatik** . Simply download, run and calculate away!

Calculate/Convert everything with **Calculatormatik**. Nothing fancy, but does what it is suppose to… Definitely a keeper!

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# A Friday Freebie: Five Star Rated Calculator For Google Chrome

If you are a regular here, then you know I especially like software made clocks, weather apps and calculators. Several months back, while recently exploring the **Google Chrome Web Store**, I happened across a really nice looking, functional and handy calculator that is an extension to the Google Chrome browser.

It is currently carrying a Five Star rating at the Google Chrome Store and you can get it **[HERE]** .

# A Google Chrome Calculator Browser Extension With A 5 Star Rating

If you are a Google Chrome fan, then you need to install the **Calculator** browser extension. It gives you easy access to a very nice looking standard calculator (with big buttons) where you can use your keyboard or mouse to input your numerical data. I have found that I use this calculator frequently, due that it is readily accessible in my web browser (where I spend most of my computing time).

This is a standard calculator with a great productivity feature: You can put the result directly into the field you are currently on with a single click. No cutting and pasting required!

When on a field, click on the calculator icon on the toolbar and you will see a basic calculator with a ‘drop’ button (if you’re not on a text field, this button is not available). When finished with the calculation, click the drop button and the value is placed in the field your were on. You no longer need to cut and paste values from your calculator.

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# iCalcy – The iPhone Calculator for Windows

Looking for a replacement for the Windows calculator? Well, I found one, called **iCalcy**, that looks just like the calculator that you will find on the iPhone (iPod). Best part of this is that you can carry this one around on your flash drive. Also, you can toggle between the portrait and landscape orientations.

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# Calculate More with the Windows 7 Calculator

Most of us who have been around the various versions of Windows are familiar with the calculator that is included with Windows. As a result, we have become complacent and have not noticed that in Windows 7 the calculator is that and a whole lot more.

Did you know that with the Windows 7 calculator you can do various unit conversions, such as celsius to farenheit, joules to BTUs, and much, much more? Also included are templates that can help you compute fuel economy, mortgage payments and even auto lease payments.

**How do you find these hidden calculator options? **

Pull up the calculator in Windows 7, by clicking on “Start”, “Accessories”, then “Calculator”. Once the actual calculator interface is before you, click on “View” and you will see options for “Unit Conversions”, “Date Calculations”, and “Worksheets”.

**What are“Worksheets”?** Click on it and you will find a hidden dropdown menu surprise that will allow you to calculate “Mortgage”, “Vehicle Lease”, and “Fuel Economy” computations.

# Which Calculator Do You Like?

If you are in a pinch and need easy access to a calculator, did you know that there are quite a few calculators available on the internet that you can call up in your web browser? I recently went on the hunt for some of the web based calcuators and narrowed my selection to the four reflected below. You can visit these calculator sites by clicking on the links below. They are all fully functional and FREE. If there are any that I have missed, let me know!

**Out of the four, which calculator do you like?**

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# A Great PORTABLE Calculator for FREE

Need a calculator for your flash drive (or computer) that is FREE, looks nice, continues to improve and is powerful? Then look no further… My “go to” calculator on my PC (and flash drive) is the free version of ESBCalc.

ESBCalcis a Freeware Scientific Calculator for Windows with Infix Notation, Brackets, Scientific Functions (Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Logarithmic – including Base 10, Base 2 & Natural – plus more), Memory, Paper Trail, Result History List and more. v5 Includes support for Prefix functions so to evaluate log (10) you can enter log 10 rather than 10 log (which is the default behaviour)Also includes customizing of the Colors’ & Fonts used, as well as customizing how the Hints (ToolTips) appear.

What I like about ESBCalc is that the developers continue to make improvements to this little gem and (as mentioned) there is a downloadable portable app version, as well. ESBCalc will run on any Windows version from Windows 98 to Windows 7.

# A Portable Calculator for your Flash Drive…

I love portable apps and Day Maxi Calc is no exception. Day Maxi Calc is a calculator that is designed to be portable (small in file size), but big in appearance. This calculator is a godsend for people like myself (middle aged), where the eyesight is the first to go. The interface is supersized (big buttons & wide display) so that you can easily perform your calculations, even from a distance.

The calculator is laid out with the basic button functions being conveniently accessible, incorporates all of your most common calculating functions, and the results are viewable just like the classic roll of paper on a real desktop calculator. There is even an option available to print or save your results. Numbers can be inputted from the keyboard.

Day Maxi Calc can be downloaded from [ here ] . The author’s website for Day Maxi Calc is [ here ] .

# A FREE Unit Conversion Utility for your Flash Drive

Converting from one standardize unit of measure to another can be a challenging task for any of us; especially if we have to do it on paper. Various conversion factors and formulas have to be applied between the different units of measure in order to get a result for the same quantity.

When I find myself trying to determine units of measure I have come to rely on ESBUnitConv. ESBUnitConv covers 564 Units in 21 different measurement categories and does the calculations for you. It is FREE and is available, not only as a normal software install on your PC, but as a portable app that can be toted around on your flash drive.

ESBUnitConvis a Free User-friendly Windows Utility to easily convert between units of measurement. Includes Units for Temperature, Distance, Mass, Area, Volume, Pressure, Velocity, Acceleration, Force, Energy, Power, Fuel Consumption, Flow, Torque, Angles, Luminous Intensity, Illumination, Time, Quantity & Radioactivity.

# ESBCalc Calculator…

If you want a powerful calculator for FREE, that looks nice and can be run from your flash drive (or from your computer), look no further… ESBCalc calculator is the answer.

**ESBCalc** is a Freeware Scientific Calculator for Windows with Infix Notation, Brackets, Scientific Functions (Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Logarithmic – including Base 10, Base 2 & Natural – plus more), Memory, Paper Trail, Result History List and more. v5 Includes support for Prefix functions so to evaluate log (10) you can enter log 10 rather than 10 log (which is the default behaviour).

ESBCalc runs on anything from Windows 95 to Vista…