Using Windows Calculator with dates

How in the world did I not know this?

If you have the Windows Calculator program running [in Windows Vista, 7 or later], and press “Control +E,” it gives you the ability to calculate the difference between two dates.



[Via: Reddit]

Updated 2012-03-14 to add information re versions of Windows, and to add a second screenshot.

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