32bit Convert It is a very easy to use unit converter that runs on very low resources and provides only a few configuration options to be aimed at both beginners and those more experienced.
It’s almost impossible to get lost in the program’s GUI because it adopts a tabbed layout, which means that you can easily click on any of the supported units of measurement to perform a conversion.
There are dedicated tabs for each of them, so you can convert length, area, volume, weight, density, speed and temperature, with three main options at your disposal: see the results as float only, scientific notation or whichever is shorter.
Additionally, it allows users to configure the number of decimals and enable trailing zeros, again from the same window.
Performing a conversion is as easy as typing the value in any of the available fields. For length for instance, you can convert to and from inches, feet, yards, miles, sea miles, millimeters, meters, kilometers, chains and rods.
The “Weight” tab on the other hand comes with grams, milligrams, troy ounces, pounds, grains, carat, slugs and stones, while “Temperature” supports Celsius, Fahrenheit, Rankine, Reaumur, and Kelvin.
Although chances are that you don’t need it, a help manual is also available, just to make sure rookies figure out how to take the most out of the available features.
All things considered, 32bit Convert It does what it says with minimum effort and if there’s one thing to be praised, that is definitely the user-friendly approach. On the other hand, more supported units would definitely help a lot.
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What's New in This Release:
· more conversions,
· conversions appear dynamically as you type the input information