How to Calculate Date Calculations calculator in Windows Calculator

Hello Folks,…… How to Calculate Date Calculations calculator in Windows Calculator because would you like to know how many days old are you today? Can you tell what will be the date 23 days from now? How many days are left till New Year ?

How many days have passed since your last birthday? All these questions have their answers hidden within Windows! Curious? Keep reading to see how you can answer these questions in an instant using Windows’ built-in utility called ‘Date Calculations Calculator.’

No, no. This isn’t a guide to show you how to perform basic calculations on date calculations calculator. This is an application of a unique feature in the date calculations calculator application in Windows, and the feature is called date calculations calculator.

How to Calculate Date Calculations calculator in Windows Calculator

Most of us don’t really use the Windows date calculations calculator that much and, when we do, it’s only for an instant (to do small calculations). However, it is packed with some really interesting features, so lets go ahead and see how date calculations calculator works.

To start, open date calculations calculator by pressing the winkey, and type calcul… (it should’ve popped up by now, if not, you can type the rest of the ‘…ator’ as well just to be sure). Open it. And by the way, this date calculation function works in both Windows 7 and 8.


Once it’s open, click View, and select date calculations calculator (or press Ctrl+E).

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Now here’s where the fun begins.



The idea is pretty straightforward. You can perform two types of calculations here:

  • Date calculations calculator calculating the difference between two dates
  • Adding or subtracting a number (days) to a date

Since we are messing with dates, it is easy to work with the past, present, or even future. Let’s say you want to find out your current age in terms of days, months, and years. Click the Calendar button in the From field to select your birth date. Initially, it will be showing the current date. Navigating through the calendar is easy.

Click the title (Month), and it zooms back to show all the months of the year and the title is changed from Month to Year (in this case, Dec to 2014). Click it again to see a list of years in the current decade, and the title changes to the decade it is showing (alternatively, click the buttons on the left and right to move between years). Click the title again to show several decades.


You can use the buttons at the left and right to navigate within months, years, decades, or list of decades. Finally, to jump to the current date, click Today.

Now that you’ve learned how to navigate through the calendar, you can easily select your birth date (let’s assume it’s the 02th of February- ). Since we’re going to find out how old you are today, so in the To field we’ll use today’s date by clicking ‘Today.’


(Yes, the date denoted in the Today field is the date on which this post was written!)

Finally, click Calculate to get the desired result. The resulting difference will be presented in terms of years, months, and days, and simply in days as well.


What interesting date calculations calculator can you come up with if you know any???

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