Microsoft thinks a calculator in Edge is a good idea, when it’s already everywhere | TechBuzz

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A future version of the Edge browser should accommodate a calculator. An addition that may seem superfluous, as the tool is already available everywhere.

If you found that there were not enough features in Edge, know that Microsoft has every intention of expanding its browser soon. The updated software roadmap, released on June 20 and spotted as Neowin on June 22, outlines the directions the US company wants for one of its flagship products.

Obviously, Microsoft wants to make its browser a kind of Swiss army knife – the company has implemented a child mode in Edge, but also a VPN house. However, the company intends to go further in the coming weeks, with the addition of a unit converter, an Internet connection test (speed test) and… a calculator.

A calculator soon in Edge

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Microsoft explains that these additions aim to put popular tools at your fingertips — or clicks away — while you browse the web. The list is probably not exhaustive, by the way. We can certainly understand the interest in the case of a unit converter (although, for Windows for example, the integrated calculator provides precisely such a service).

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The calculator under Windows 10. // Source: screenshot

In the case of the calculator, it is much more debatable – such a tool exists in the main operating systems, whether Windows, macOS, Android and iOS. Some even offer more advanced options, whether to calculate the date, make unit conversions, graphs, and so on. Not to mention the calculation apps.

Search engines also have functionalities, even basic ones, to perform calculations. This is notably the case of Google, Bing or Qwant. Just enter a formula and the engine displays the answer. For Google, for example, it is able to perform arithmetic operations, process functions or display physical constants.

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A TI 82 calculator. // Source: Max Pixel, CC0 Public domain (cropped photo)



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