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Moffsoft Free Calc

Moffsoft FreeCalc is a great replacement for your existing Windows calculator with the standard Windows calculator functionality and added features.

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Moffsoft Free Calc

Moffsoft FreeCalc is a great replacement for your existing Windows calculator with the standard Windows calculator functionality and the following added features:

  • Adjustable calculator size – Make it any size you want and Moffsoft FreeCalc will remember the size and position next time you use it.
  • Tape – Save, print, or clear the simulated paper history tape.
  • Color schemes – Select a color combination or use your Windows color settings.
  • New keys – Clear Tape {CT}, double zero {00}, triple zero {000}, and memory subtract {M-} keys have been added.
  • Visible memory value – You’ll always know what’s in memory because it’s displayed on the calculator status bar.
  • Option settings – Flat buttons, always on top, tray icon, run on startup, and hiding the tape are some of the calculator options.
  • Digit groupings – Number groupings for easy to read numbers.
  • International support – Digit grouping and decimal point characters change based on your regional settings.
  • Tray icon – Turn on the tray icon for quick and easy access.
  • System requirements – Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista

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25 thoughts on “Moffsoft FreeCalc: A better version of Windows Calculator”

  1. Harry J says:

    Nice tool. I am now using it, thanks

  2. Harry J says:

    Nice tool. I am now using it, thanks

  3. Harry J says:

    Nice tool. I am now using it, thanks

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  6. Gary McCurry says:

    That is a super calculator, love the print out option since I like to see what I am adding up, dah…great site dude.

  7. Gary McCurry says:

    That is a super calculator, love the print out option since I like to see what I am adding up, dah…great site dude.

  8. That is a super calculator, love the print out option since I like to see what I am adding up, dah…great site dude.

  9. Washington says:

    This is perfect and lightweight !!

  10. Washington says:

    This is perfect and lightweight !!

  11. Idaho says:

    nice page,

  12. Virgil says:

    There are loads of programs that do stuff like this but I admit this is a cool calc

  13. Virgil says:

    There are loads of programs that do stuff like this but I admit this is a cool calc

  14. N Jefferson says:

    Nice tool

  15. N Jefferson says:

    Nice tool

  16. Mexican Man says:

    Very handy

  17. Mexican Man says:

    Very handy

  18. Caroline says:

    I wish they would update the calculator in windows and it doesnt have to be too complicated

  19. Caroline says:

    I wish they would update the calculator in windows and it doesnt have to be too complicated

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  22. Mel says:

    Niice…I find myself using the calculator on the computer more and more and this improves it a ton!

  23. Mel says:

    Niice…I find myself using the calculator on the computer more and more and this improves it a ton!

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