Use the Taskbar Search to Convert
There are many freeware programs and websites that convert currencies, weights, temperatures, distances, etc. from one measurement to another. There are dozens of freeware converter program. You use Windows calculator as a converter
But you don’t need any of those, I tells ya, because you have a very able converter right on your taskbar. I don’t need to waste a lot of words here, I’m going to show you how with pictures.
To convert km to miles, just type it in the taskbar search and press Enter.
Quarts to liters, liters to quarts? No problem!
How about liters to gallons or gallons to liters?
“They say the best things in life are free, but you can give them to the birds and bees, cuz I ant money…” Yes you can convert money using the taskbar search. Converting US dollars to New Zealand dollars takes one second.
Candian dollars to US dollars, just as easy, I tells ya!
Now we’re getting hot, and you’re catching on how to use the taskbar search to convert. But how hot is it? Well, it’s 32 C. but what if you live in the USA and you don’t do Celcius?
Or what if I talking with a friend in Australia and I tell him it’s a beautiful 78 degrees in my little town. He knows I don’t mean Celcius – I’d be toast – 78 F is 25.6 C.
Centimeters to inches? Inches to centimeters? Not a problem if you use the taskbar search to convert.
Feet to meters, meters to feet, using the taskbar search to covert, you can do it in the blink of an eye. And if you’re a mathematics buff, taskbar search even provides you the formula to use for conversion.
Not living in the USA but have a recipe from the States? Don’t be in a state of confusion if the recipe calls for 4 tablespoons of something. Use the taskbar search to convert it to ml.
If you live in the USA and you’re taking a 500 mg pill, you probably don’t know how much (or how little) that is. But you can find out.
That should be enough to convince you to try the taskbar search when you need to convert currency, volume, weights, temperature, distance, etc.
You don’t need no stinkin’ converters, I tells ya!