Uconeer

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Professional Units Conversion for Engineers

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Uconeer is a powerful unit converter that comes with support for no less than 46 categories, all accessible via a single window.

Truth is, you may need a minute or two to figure out how to use the program, but even so, Uconeer impresses mostly thanks to the wide support of units it provides.

The main window is split into multiple panels, one of which shows the recently used categories to easily convert units using the domains you accessed the most.

Converting values from one unit to another is pretty easy because you have nothing else to do than to pick the source and the output units, input the values and nothing more. The result is displayed as you type, with dedicated tools to copy, paste and clear the output.

As said, the list of supported categories includes no less than 46 items, such as area, density, energy, force, heat capacity, length, mass, pressure, temperature, viscosity, volume and many others.

The result can also be tweaked by choosing the format, which can be scientific, fixed with separators or fixed with a user-defined number of decimals.

Although it provides such a large collection of categories, Uconeer remains a resource friendly app and doesn't affect system performance at all. It works just fine on all Windows workstations, be they Windows XP or 7.

All in all, if you're looking for a powerful unit conversion software, make sure to give this one a try. It has everything you need, including a long list of supported units, a simple interface and intuitive options.

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Last updated on September 13th, 2014
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