Uconeer is an advanced engineering calculator and units conversion tool that allows you to get instant units conversions for 48 categories that include mass, power, pressure, temperature, time, torque, velocity (both angular and linear), area, angle, entropy and many more. The program is a must-have not only for engineers but also for students, teachers, technicians, Physicists and similar professionals.
The program offers an intuitive and self-descriptive interface where you simply need to select the conversion category and units, and start typing your source value - the result is automatically displayed as you type. The program uses a small panel to displays the 15 most recently used categories for you to choose from, however, with one click you can browse the full list. On the other hand, when you choose a category the program shows all the available units for it on a special panel. You can use it to select the source and target units with one click each, though you can also do it from the provided combobox controls. Besides, you can select the result format among Automatic, Fixed decimals, Fixed with separators, Scientific and Engineering, and the number of significant digits from 2 to 8. Also, you can use special buttons to swap the source and target units and to get the result copied into your clipboard, which can be easily evidenced thanks to a tiny panel that shows its contents all the time.
On top of that, the program offers even more complementary tools, like the creation of a favorites list and addition of custom units. Other available tools are the Reynolds number calculator, the Hardness Equivalents for Steel calculator, the Universal Gas Constant calculator and the Viscosity converter, just to mention some.
All the mentioned tools and features make it clear why Uconeer becomes a great help for any technical professional or student. The program is fully compatible with all Windows version and editions, and you can test it for an entire month before needing to make a buying decision, so, why not to try it?