This is not something you may really want, but rather a demonstration of the cross-platform capabilities of the .NET 5.x platform. Windows Calculator, a modern app that Microsoft had open-sourced, is successfully compiled and now works on Linux.
Microsoft had rolled out the graphing mode feature of Windows Calculator to the public. It allows visualizing equations, and will be helpful to students who learn linear algebra. For insiders, Microsoft has issued a small update to graphing mode, and made it following the app theme in Windows 10.
Microsoft is rolling out the graphing mode feature to the public. The new feature will allow visualizing equations, and will be helpful to students who learn linear algebra.
How to Turn On or Off Always on Top Mode for Calculator in Windows 10
A new feature, Always on Top Mode, is available in the built-in Calculator app in Windows 10. Here's how to enable or disable it.
As you may remember, Microsoft recently announced a new Windows 10 Calculator version that features Always-on-Top and Compact Overlay modes. The feature is now live for Insiders.
In Windows 10, Microsoft replaced the good old calculator with a new Modern app. Microsoft has opened its source code, that allows the app to be ported to Android, iOS, and Web. Microsoft today revealed that users will soon be able to have Calculator remain always visible on the screen in the system at all times.
As you may remember, Microsoft recently open-sourced the modern Windows Calculator app. Since then, Windows Calculator source code is on GitHub under the MIT license. A few days ago, it was ported to C# and now can be launched on iOS and Android, and also on the Web with the help of WebAssembly.
In Windows 10, Microsoft replaced the good old calculator with a new Modern app. Recently, the app got a revamped user interface with the Fluent Design bits applied. Today, Microsoft revealed that they have released Windows Calculator source code. It is now on GitHub under the MIT license.