Uno Platform said that it has successfully ported the Windows Calculator application to Ubuntu Linux, called Uno Calculator. They worked with the Canonical team to create and publish this tool to the Ubuntu Snap Store, and now it has launched a preview version of the x64 architecture.
Windows Calculator is a modern Windows application written in C++ that provides standard, scientific, and programmer calculator functions, as well as a set of converters between various measurement units and currencies. Microsoft officially announced its open-source in 2019.
Before this successful porting to Linux, Uno has introduced the Windows calculator application to platforms such as Android, iOS, macOS, and Web Assembly.
In addition to Ubuntu, the Windows Calculator app can also be used with RHEL, Fedora, Debian, Linux Mint, CentOS, and many other Linux distributions. The platform supports even Raspberry Pi and Tesla cars.