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UnitConvertor-AOverview

UnitConvertor-A is a professional and comprehensive unit-convert computer program. It has very useful interface that is quick in action, easy to use and other distinctive features.UnitConvertor-A embraces 783 kinds of units in 20 different categories:Acceleration, Angle, Area, Computer/Data storage, Concentration-molar, Density, Distance/Length, Energy/Work, Flow, Force, Light/Illumination, Mass/Weight, Power, Pressure, Speed/Velocity, Temperature, Time, Torque, Volume/Capacity, Volume - DryUnitConvertor-A's dialog-style interface consists of one main screen, which offers categories and two scrolling lists of units. The conversion categories are categorized from Acceleration to Volume-Dry. Clicking on a category called up applicable conversion tools.Conversions are ultra-simple: just select the units and enter the values; and the tool does the rest. If you're looking for an easy-to-use conversion tool that offers just about every unit you can think of and then some more units, look no further.In addition, users will be able to print their conversion sheets and analyze them at a later time.

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Implementation of floating-point mechanism.
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UnitConvertor-ATech Specs

Version
2.4.16
Date
07.02.17
License
Free to try
Language
English
File Size
1.54MB
SubCategory
Operating Systems
Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7
System Requirements
No additional system requirements.

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