We live in the world which is sodden with digits. Most of techniques are digital, most music is digital, and digits are something you should care about. And while you care, you notice that there are sometimes TOO MANY measurements. Even «simple» measurements, like distance, can be measured in meters kilometers, six kinds of «miles», three kinds of «leagues», three kinds of feet, inches, and many other units, whether you are speaking about the distance between your house and the nearest shop or between your planet and the nearest galaxy. But these are simple cases. What about being tourist in a far away place and trying to convert «this car spends 25 liters per 100 kilometers» into «I need to travel 20 miles, how many gallons do I need»? OK, Ill no longer torture you, I propose a solution: a combine able to convert values represented in any human measure to any other measure. Its ESBUnitConv Pro.
Trust me or not, but the user interface of the combine is as easy as comprehensive. You just have fields for «from» and «to» values, and an ability to select measure units. All units are handy grouped by their types, therefore you will not convert liters to kilometers erroneously. The program also contains a «log» of all of your conversions, and allows to print it for the further «offline» use.
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