Moffsoft FreeCalc

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    "Should be the default calculator on any Winblows PC"

    December 4, 2008  |   By TBolt


    The tape display is fantastic.


    The 'skins' of the calculator could be more appealing. Considering the software hasn't been updated in years (doesn't need to be, really), I understand why the calculator looks old school.


    This calculator ought to be the default calculator on any Windows-based PC. The payware version of Calc looks very powerful, but I just don't need those advanced features. Thanks to the developers for keeping the basic calculator free. :)

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  • Reply by Moffsoft on September 3, 2010

    You're welcome! Thanks for taking the time to write a review. :)

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