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Windows 7: XP's Calculator on 7?

08 Aug 2010   #1
tannim

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XP's Calculator on 7?

Is there a copy of Windows XP's calculator that can replace Windows 7's calculator?

I really don't like the new split formats of the calculator. On XP's I can use HEX as well as do actual math without having to switch between them. On Windows 7's, well, I can't. For my needs, windows XP's is far superior functionally than 7's. It's good to be able to do math and hex calculations without constantly swapping back and forth.

I've tried a few freeware calculators in the past but none were as easy or designed as nicely as XP's was.


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08 Aug 2010   #2
DocBrown

Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)
 
 

Here is a thread where somebody wanted the win98 Calculator, so I assume you might be able to do it with the XP calc

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08 Aug 2010   #3
tannim

win7 home premium 64bit
 
 

Here's why I want XP instead of windows 7s calculator

-winxpvswin7calc.png

I can, with a single click of the mouse and no menu navigation or keyboard commands, switch from decimal to hexadecimal. Doing so instantly converts my former decimal value to hexadecimal and back again if I move back to DEC format. Scientific format does it fine without needing some pointless,to me, programmers version.

It is a minor thing, true, but when I work with my hex editor and just need quick conversions, I don't need the fancy stuff.

I grabbed a copy of XP calc from a friend for this attachment. Much more effective even without the "history" that doesn't work very well anyway.


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08 Aug 2010   #4
Ztruker

Windows 10 Pro X64
 
 

calc.exe from XP runs fine under Win 7. If you don't have access to a XP system, you can install XP Mode and copy it from there Sort of overkill for one little file.

I just uploaded it from my XP Mode install. XP-Calc.zip

Edit: Sorry, missed the part that you already had a copy. Oh well, I'll leave it in case someone else wants it.


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08 Aug 2010   #5
logicearth

Windows 10 Pro (x64)
 
 

Just use the Programmer View. It has everything to work with Hex and computer calculations in general.
None of the "Scientific" functions are required.
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08 Aug 2010   #6
tannim

win7 home premium 64bit
 
 

The point is I don't want to have to switch between programmer and scientific. With the XP calculator, I don't have to.

I can't use a decimal point, for example, when I leave it on programmer. Switching is not a huge deal, but it's very annoying when I just want a quick calculation and try to enter them and suddenly the period doesn't work.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by logicearth View Post
Just use the Programmer View. It has everything to work with Hex and computer calculations in general.
None of the "Scientific" functions are required.
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11 Aug 2010   #7
pacinitaly

windows 7 professional & ultimate 64bit laptops
 
 

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11 Aug 2010   #8
Lasy B

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker View Post
I just uploaded it from my XP Mode install. Attachment 90250

Edit: Sorry, missed the part that you already had a copy. Oh well, I'll leave it in case someone else wants it.
Thanks!!
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11 Aug 2010   #9
Dwarf

Windows 8.1 Pro RTM x64
 
 

Updated calculator question to include the XP calculator. See http://www.sevenforums.com/892454-post16.html for details.
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17 Feb 2011   #10
xps7ven

Windows 7 32bits
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tannim View Post
Is there a copy of Windows XP's calculator that can replace Windows 7's calculator?

I really don't like the new split formats of the calculator. On XP's I can use HEX as well as do actual math without having to switch between them. On Windows 7's, well, I can't. For my needs, windows XP's is far superior functionally than 7's. It's good to be able to do math and hex calculations without constantly swapping back and forth.

I've tried a few freeware calculators in the past but none were as easy or designed as nicely as XP's was.
Hi! I had same issue than you.
Search for "Microsoft calculator plus" on google.
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