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Win7 Calculator for XP, Vista by ShikharSrivastava Win7 Calculator for XP, Vista by ShikharSrivastava
Well, Well!! The wait is over.It's finally here,

First ever Windows 7 like working Calculator for xp and Vista.
It is a new species of calculator as compared to my previous calculators.
This one is a program coded by me in Visual Basic 2010 therefore your system needs to have Dot Net Framework 4 or above.
It is working perfectly in standard mode and scientific mode is partially functional.

FEATURES--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Standard mode working perfectly
-Scientific mode is partially functional
-Better and smoother fonts
-Date Calculations dialog box added(Though it doesn't resembles Windows 7's original one, but looks nice)
-Includes help file (Displayed when help is clicked in menustrip)
-Unit Conversions working perfectly
-Leightweight and portable.
-Coded by me in Visual Basic 2010.
-Requirements: XP or Vista with dot net framework 4 or above. Download link for .net framework 4 [link]
-A candy to eye.

INSTRUCTIONS----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Either run "Calc.exe" file directly from this ZIP and create its shortcut at Desktop and in Programs menu for future use,

OR

Replace original "calc.exe" file in "Windows\System32" folder with this new one.

Don't forget to backup your original calc.exe!!!
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Don't edit it without my permission.
Any comments, suggestions, advices are welcomed.
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If you liked my this project then please give me points at [link]
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Download link for . net framework 4 [link]
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:iconainq:
ainq Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2010
you just need a new aero theme
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:iconshikharsrivastava:
ShikharSrivastava Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010  Professional General Artist
Oh. It's actually True transparency.
I don't use aero themes on my system.
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:iconainq:
ainq Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2010
oh... :bow:
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:iconrivenroth740:
RivenRoth740 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010  Student General Artist
please, make a translation to spanish and other languages.
good job@ calc.
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ShikharSrivastava Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010  Professional General Artist
Hey!Thanks.
But the problem is that I don't know Spanish.
The languages I know are English, Hindi and Sanskrit.
But if you know then you can translate it.
You can mail me if you want the source code.
Email ID : GoShikhar@gmail.com
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:iconrivenroth740:
RivenRoth740 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010  Student General Artist
ok. give me the source code and i can translate it. u could study spanish. learn more languages.
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ShikharSrivastava Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010  Professional General Artist
I've mailed you regarding this.
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:iconrivenroth740:
RivenRoth740 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010  Student General Artist
ok. i'll check my mail.
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dncube Featured By Owner May 29, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
it requires : .net framework 4.0

u can port it to .net framework 2.0 as there is option for that in vs 2010
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ShikharSrivastava Featured By Owner May 29, 2010  Professional General Artist
Hey I want some help.

Ist problem-
When I go to advance compile options, there in the drop down menu under "Target Framework" three options are available.
1. .Net Framework 4
2. .Net Framework 4 Client Profile
3. Install other frameworks...

It is not displaying .Net Framework 3.5. And it is strange to notice that my PC has dot net framework 3.5 already installed.

IInd problem-
When I tried to install .Net framework 2.0 after downloading it from Microsoft's website by clicking "Install other Frameworks..." an error message is displayed -
"Setup cannot continue because this version of the .net framework is incompatible with the previously installed one.For more information see microsoft's website."

Please help me get out of this I'm getting furious.I'm quite new to VB 10
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