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  1. Want to use the Windows calculator app on your Linux desktop? Well, now you can. This unexpected app port is arrives courtesy of the Uno Platform. They took the source code for Windows’s default Calculator app (which Microsoft made open source last year) and got it up and running on Linux desktops. And the resulting app is called Uno Calculator since they can’t use the Windows brand name. It’s available to install from the Snap Store which means it’s available to tonnes of users across tonnes of distros. The Uno Platform is a “code once, run everywhere” type
  2. Windows Calculator is getting some design tweaks and along with those changes, some useful features are also coming, which will make math calculations easier, As you can see in the above tweet, the Scientific calculator is now a lot cleaner, giving it a minimal design. That is possible because the app now has a separate drop-down menu for the Trigonometry, clicking on which will provide you all the trigonometric functions such as sin, cos, cot, tan, sec. Another new dropdown menu sitting right beside Trigonometry is Function.
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