Microsoft® Calculator Bug
Microsoft® Calculator, its features and the alleged bugs about the product
Microsoft® Calculator is a very simple and basic device that is included in every Windows®-enabled PC. It has all the basic features you need like arithmetic, square roots, percentage, and features you would normally see in the most basic calculators. In Windows® 7, Microsoft® Calculator has been updated to feature a variety of new functions. There is also Microsoft® Calculator plus that has other features that could be helpful for your day to day purposes. However, there some very popular viral videos and information regarding Microsoft® Calculator bugs.
Here are the features of Microsoft® Calculator and how bugs can seem to be accurate but actually fallacious:
- Updated Microsoft® Calculator
- Microsoft® Calculator Plus
- Viral “bugs” of Microsoft® Calculator
Updated Microsoft® Calculator
The newly updated Microsoft® Calculator for Windows® 7 has been expanded for its use. Apart from the arithmetic and scientific calculator features, you can use this application in a variety of ways. The programmer mode is an integer only mode and it discards decimal points. If you need to work on statistical data, you can use the statistics mode, and the right statistical functions will appear. On a more practical side, the Microsoft® Calculator can also be used for the conversion of metric units. If you need to calculate dates or even analyze your mortgage, lease or fuel economy, Microsoft® Calculator can be used to make things easier.
Microsoft® Calculator Plus
Microsoft® Calculator Plus not only allows you to complete different types of conversions but it also includes a lot of mathematical features that will help you in calculation. This tool is very good for those seeking to check updated exchange rates and does not want to go online anymore to check it out. You will certainly benefit from the basic and essential features.
For some time already, there has been a viral bug sent online regarding the Microsoft® Calculator. If you divide 2704 by 52, the result that would come up is 1 which is an error. However, by carefully examining the issue, the square root of 2704 is 52, and it means if you divide 2704 by 52, the result will still be 52 since if you multiply 52 by itself, 2704 will be the answer. 1 appears as the answer if you further divide 52 with the divisor which is 52 resulting to a quotient of 1. Understanding the issues regarding bugs and errors on the simplest arithmetic issues will give you further understanding as to how sometimes, fallacious ideas could lead to errors themselves.