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Old 07-25-2008, 02:47 AM   #1
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Best online calculator

It seems most of my hand held calculators just run out of battery power so son that I started just using the ones online.

I used the one on windows XP but I don't like it.

I found this one and I thought it was the best so far.

Free online calculators for home, work, and school

I just wanted to see what other thought the best online calculator is.



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Old 07-25-2008, 04:37 AM   #2
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The Moffsoft Calculator (2d on Left hand listing) IMO is a fine Windows (XP or VISTA) Calculator. I think it is the best Windows all around calculator. Note it is not an online calculator it is actually a program and can replace the Windows Calculator.

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I second that emotion. Moffsoft is hands-down the best stand-alone calculator for a computer -- that eliminates Excel from consideration. (I now use the registered version but started out with the freebee.)

Calculator software with powerful functions and an easy interface - the Moffsoft calculator is ideal for calculating amortization schedules, depreciation, bonds, profit margin, times, dates, unit conversions and much more.
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