Love Windows Calculator? You can Now Use it on Linux as Well

In the first quarter of 2019 Microsoft open sourced the Windows Calculator. Being open source it allows developers to use it in their own applications.

I couldn8217t care less for a calculator application but as some It8217s FOSS readers pointed out they like using the Windows Calculator.

After almost a year and a half the 8216famed8217 Windows Calculator is now available on Linux but not officially.

The team behind Uno Platform has ported the Windows Calculator to Linux and made it available as a Snap application.

Since it is not officially from Microsoft and is ported by Uno project the application is named Uno Calculator. .

Uno is a UI platform and it allows you to build native mobile desktop and WebAssembly apps with C and XAML from a single code base. The UI looks the same on all devices.


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