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What are people saying about Moffsoft Calculator

John H This is the perfect practical business calculator.
I have been using this for years. The main selling point is that it emulates an adding machine with a printed tape. I used to add up long lists of numbers on a spread sheet so I could double check things.

To turn on the tape, go to VIEWTAPE

My only wish for this program is that there was a different key other than ESCAPE for the CLEAR function so that I could do everything with my right hand, leaving my left hand free to handle the receipts that needed to be added up. Maybe use Control+Delete or Home and End Keys for C and CT. While I rarely use the Memory Functions, how about clustering the keyboard commands on the right side of the keyboard too.

Just wishing.

Thanks for many days of frustration free addition!
May 29 2012 at 5:40am Copy Link
Frank Stephens This seems like a reasonable business calculator at a fair price for what it does. The Win 7 calculator shows history horizontally, and you can bring up the history of past calculations. Microsoft Mathematics is free, and available as an add-in, with numerous features which are more mathematically-oriented. More serious computations are available on WolframAlpha and WolframAlpha Pro. Of course, Google and Bing will do calculations, Bing uses WolframAlpha.
May 30 2012 at 1:51am Copy Link
Mitchell Kastner Where had you been, Frank? I had to decide yesterday whether to purchase the license for Oops Backup all by myself, without your assuaging or exacerbating my perterbations. As a lot, we attorneys are intrepid and so I pressed the Buy button, and there you have it. Still common courtesy should have compelled you to have ejaculated a few words of review on the item as you had had plenty to say to the devekoper the last time the software was offered here. I trialed the software, checked on its system usage, saw that its apetitite for system resources was abstemious in comparison to Genie Timeline 2----Timeline 2012 has superceded 2----and therefore querously paid the virtual cashier the bounty it demanded. All the same, I could have used your hand holding and head patting while deliberating on whether to buy or pass.

Think about whom you are leaving in the lurch the next time you decide to take an extended hiatus from BDJ. Very unmatey, I must say. :)

Having said all that I must applauded your penetrating insights into the calculator being offered today. I do not carp however by pointing out that your review deviates from its predecessors by failing to enunciate whether, in comparison to its competitors, the software should be purchased or passed. Yes I understand you did identify other free calculators that perform some of the same calculations as Moffsoft, but curiously you omitted any mention of the efficiency of Moffsoft to these others. Perhaps, Moffsoft commends itself to purchase because of the ease and efficiency with which it can calculate all manner of equations---for they would be for me the pre-eminent attributes a calculator should have.
May 30 2012 at 6:28am Copy Link
Randal H. Right on Mitch! I couldn't have said it better myself!
May 30 2012 at 8:40am Copy Link
John H Moffsoft Calculator with its paper tape interface is about double checking real world numbers. Anybody that does real world accounting understands this. Every other calculator is just an awkward academic toy.

The next step up in accounting tools is the spread sheet which allows larger and more complex computation. Moffsoft allows me to do day to day accounting without firing up the spreadsheet.

For my Mechanical Engineering work I use MathCAD or one of the Freeware substitutes. MathCAD allows me to DOCUMENT and combine other information with the calculation.

This is 2012. Cheap small computers and graphical interfaces. Any calculator that still uses command line input rather than Symbolic input for complex Algebra and Calculus is a very bad joke and an academic toy.

Answers are cheap these days. Important answers need to be double checked and documented.

Except in academia, the answer is only half the problem. Too many people are shouting answers without even understanding the questions or even asking the right questions.

Most calculation software is written for academics which is why there are so many command line calculators. Wolfram which is great for demonstrating concepts, does not impress me with the ability to document my calculations the way MathCAD does. If you are going to trust Google to calculate your next big project, then your project is either for school or has no real important significance in the world.

Thanks to anyone who has read through all this bloated rant of mine. I truly ave tried them all.
May 30 2012 at 10:27am Copy Link
Emil Kucera Is there an RPN mode with this calc?
May 30 2012 at 2:28pm Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Emil, the application has two input modes: algebraic and adding machine. It does not have an RPN mode.
Moffsoft - May 30 2012 at 3:05pm Copy Link
J S Sadly it appears that there is little or no on-going development of this wonderful program.

It is a great Calculator (Yes I already own a License), BUT, when it comes to the TOOLS FUNCTiONS it has obviously been written with a US of perspective and it lacks a number of units found outside the US of A.

Even the spelling of certain non-US of A units are spelt the USA way for example a metric ton is Tonne and 1,000 millilitres is a Litre not liter

Some conversion units that come immediately to mind:

UNiT Functions:
For example: Imperial Gallons but no Quarts or Pints or Cups or Fluid ounces

Area: has no Perches for Australia

Financial Functions:
Certainly when it comes to Financial functions the way at least half of all Mortages are calculated in Austraia (Fortnightly P&I) doesn't seem to appear.

it would be great if The User could add the extra Functions Buttons but I suppose this would require an entire re-write.
May 30 2012 at 10:37pm Copy Link
PG Unfortunately, this is NOT the only calculator I will ever need.

This is the best business calculator for the PC, hands down.
For what it does, your calculator is perfect. It keeps a nice papertape record, and it is easy to use.

But you insult me because I have to buy a second calculator to do my math and scientific calculations.

Please create a math and scientific calculator face for your product, and then I'll have the only calculator I will ever need.
'll happily purchase it. I'll probably even sell a few more for you.
May 30 2012 at 11:13pm Copy Link
Amit Does it keep history of my past calculations - not today or current - but even 3 weeks before ?
Does it have a autoupdating currency converter that checks for the current rates by updating live ?
Oct 30 2012 at 10:59pm Copy Link
Richard Miles Terrific program. A real keeper.
Nov 1 2012 at 10:27am Copy Link
Jan-Christoph Ihrens Nice tool, but especially when using it in a multi-monitor environment, there are some glitches:

- Whenever I resize the calculator (including resetting the size) or choose a new color scheme etc., the application window is moved to my primary monitor. I'd like it to stay where it is - my third monitor.

- The Options window always opens somewhere between my primary (3/4 of the window) and my secondary monitor (1/4 of the window).

- I played around with the color schemes and created my own. This works fine - if I don't use the Unit Conversions tool. There the buttons of the units are labelled in a color that I didn't choose and that is too light for the button color I chose.

- Sometimes parts of the toolbar aren't displayed.

Is there any chance that these issues will be addressed?
Nov 2 2012 at 2:19am Copy Link
Lito I agree with the other poster, this looks like a great financial calculator, and I will most likely buy a license, but it's definitely not the only calculator I'll ever need. I need the programmer and scientific modes of Windows Calculator for this to be the only one I ever need. But for financial/business and unit conversion this looks like it will do a great job.
Nov 2 2012 at 2:37am Copy Link
Matt From your Windows XP screenshots and your 'About' dialog, it looks like the most recent update was January 2004.

Are you still developing this calculator?
Nov 2 2012 at 8:00am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett I haven't done any new development in recent years, but do plan to create another major version update. No timeframe on that as of yet.
Moffsoft - Nov 2 2012 at 8:04am Copy Link
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Nov 2 2012 at 9:25am Copy Link
VLM What level of precision? For example, if I enter 2 ** 72 (2 to the 72nd power), what will the result look like?

Given the age of the software, does this actually run in 64-bit environments (Win 7/8)?
Nov 2 2012 at 9:26am Copy Link
Jan-Christoph Ihrens @VLM:

"What level of precision? For example, if I enter 2 ** 72 (2 to the 72nd power), what will the result look like?"

Well, you can't. There's no "power" function.

"Given the age of the software, does this actually run in 64-bit environments (Win 7/8)?"

Yes, it does.
Nov 2 2012 at 10:00am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett VLM - the software does not have scientific functionality. It maxes out at 18 digits.

Yes, it does run in 64-bit environments.
Moffsoft - Nov 2 2012 at 10:03am Copy Link
Chris Roy Jackson The Calculator (Trial Version) runs fine on my Win7 Home Premium 64-bit Laptop i5Core with 8 GB RAM.

Where is the PayPal Option ???
It LOOKS like PayPal is an Option (It's listed on the Page), but The "dropdown menu" does NOT have a PayPal Option !!!

Please let me know A.S.A.P. so that I can purchase a License !!!

Chris Roy Jackson
Nov 2 2012 at 11:57am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Chris, PayPal is one of my standard payment options, but unfortunately, Plimus (my payment processor) has some system limitations that prevent PayPal from being an option when an affiliate such as BitsDuJour is involved in the transaction.
Moffsoft - Nov 2 2012 at 12:09pm Copy Link
Chris Roy Jackson Jeff,
You should talk to a Supervisor at PayPal to get the staight scoop!!!
PayPal has a problem with 3 -Tier Payments or higher, but NOT with Affilliate Payments!!! I have paid for other products involving affillliates before using PayPal with NO Problem !!!
I may use a Credit Card directly, but I prefer to use PayPal !!!

Thanks for your reply,
Chris Roy Jackson
Nov 2 2012 at 12:49pm Copy Link
Roger Thomasson @ Chris

Jeff is correct. The problem has nothing to do with PayPal, it's Plimus and their strange new affiliate restrictions. We've been back and forth with them extensively, but thus far, to no avail.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but there's nothing we can do at this time :(

BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 2 2012 at 1:49pm Copy Link
J S Jeff is there any chance that You will continue development of the calculator (as the current version 2 hasn't changed for many years)?

Why, because Fortnightly* Principle and Interest mortgage calculations would be a welcome addition to the program, because at least half of all mortgages in Australia are now setup for this fortnightly term ( which equals 26 payments / 13 months per year)

It is a good product/tool but my previous comments still stand especially metric to imperial & vice-versa.

*definition of Fortnightly is 2 weeks / 14 days for those not familiar with the word.
Nov 2 2012 at 3:23pm Copy Link
Sam C How many PCs can I install on (desktop, laptop, etc), assuming I am only using the application one at a time?
Nov 2 2012 at 3:31pm Copy Link
Jeff Moffett J S - I do plan to make another version.

Sam - You can install the application on two PCs as long as you are the primary user on both systems.
Moffsoft - Nov 2 2012 at 3:47pm Copy Link
Spyros User Used to use this many years ago, have switched to "calctape" since. It's more modern and practical.
Nov 3 2012 at 1:47pm Copy Link
peter schleifer Decimal point only, whilst the other available tape calculators allow for your switching to decimal comma if needed, and I think it's better to know this before buying and then asking for a refund.
Jan 16 2015 at 2:14am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Peter, Moffsoft Calculator 2 uses the Windows Region settings to determine what character to use for both the decimal symbol and the digit grouping symbol. To change the decimal from a period to a comma, open the Windows Control Panel and click on "Change date, time or number formats" or "Region and Language". Within that dialog box, click on "Additional settings". The "Numbers" tab allows you to specify the decimal symbol and digit grouping symbol. I hope that helps!
Moffsoft - Jan 16 2015 at 6:08am Copy Link
peter schleifer Jeff,


Thank you very much for this clarification. So the "problem" with Moffsoft Calculator is not that it has mandatory decimal point, but that it does not allow for an individual setting of the decimal indicator but relies, as you say, on the "Region" settings; I acknowledge that in 99 p.c. of cases this is obviously NOT a problem then.

I remember having trialled Moffsoft some time ago, and I had, for some specific other reason, set my "region" to some other than my real one, so my trialling Moffsoft obviously fell into that period, without my becoming aware of this coincidence. (As said, all other tape calculators allow for your setting the dot/comma individually.)


I had another issue with Moffsoft then, and the above screenshot seems to indicate this has not changed in-between?:

Whilst the other tape calculators

(CalcTape (cheap but a little bit on the primitive side, and no real development), DeskCalc (overpriced, and you need an extra license for every one of your pc's, and they offer variants incl. some extra calculators but which are not integrated into the main one), Number Mate (obviously and by far the most powerful one, but quite ugly, i.e. made out of some quite terrible programming environment), Judy's TenKey (supposedly the most successful one, because, by far, visually the most appealing, and with reasonable wealth of functionality - I finally settled with that one, after having bought DeskCalc before); well, I left out here Karen's Calculator, which is free and like Moffsoft, but with just some numbers in the tape, which doesn't make sense in a tape calculator)

all allowed for some degree of "minimizing", i.e. of shaping their pane as just one "tape", with more or fewer groups of command buttons and such, above and below, it was Moffsoft only which could not be reshaped into such a narrow "tape" form, by this taking lots more "real space" on my screen, i.e. if you didn't want to have it on top of some other window (which means it hides elements in that window it overlays) you had to cope with its considerable broadness, whilst its competitors could be shaped into some thin strip of paper, from top to bottom of your screen.

I suppose this problem has not been worked on, but I think you will see the usefulness of such additional programming work of just one day. ;-)

(Of course, when I speak of tape shape, I mean displaying the tape, too, so screenshot examples 2, 3 and 5 do not contradict what I say.)
Jan 16 2015 at 1:58pm Copy Link
Karl M. Yes, it's a nice calculator, I'm using it for a long time now. But it's very outdated and there's no more development. :(
Jan 17 2015 at 2:56am Copy Link
bob roos @Karl, what does "outdated" mean for a calculator? I do see that Windows 8 and 8.1 are not listed as supported operating systems. I assume this is just an oversight?

I am a programmer and sometimes have to calculate in Hexadecimal. If this is the only calculator I will ever need, will it do hex?
Jan 17 2015 at 4:48am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett @bob, yes, Windows 8 and 8.1 are supported.

It does not have hexadecimal or scientific functionality.
Moffsoft - Jan 17 2015 at 4:58am Copy Link
Amit 1. I dont see the button to add own custom unit conversions. Where is it located ?
2. The inbuilt currency exchange rates are too old, dating to way back. Why not have the current currency exchange rates in selling calculator ?

Please answer both queries.
Jan 17 2015 at 7:13am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett @Amit, the application does not have the functionality to add custom unit conversions, and the exchange rates have to be updated manually.
Moffsoft - Jan 17 2015 at 7:30am Copy Link
Paula Barefoot I have been using MS' CalcPlus, a free download, scientific and conversion calculator for years. Then I discovered a free download of a virtual HP 49G graphing calculator that is a many step programable, 5123 I think, scientific calculator that is awesome. Of course it uses RPN, not algebraic, format but RPM saves many keystrokes and more intuitive. But then I cut my teeth of many early HP calculators up to and including the HP-80 and prefer RPN.
Jan 17 2015 at 7:38am Copy Link
Lito I bought this a while back and it's a great calculator. While I would like it to do other calculations like Hex, octal, scientific,etc to be more complete, for me, it's not really necessary as I keep the included windows one in programmer mode for those times I need to do hex calculations. But I do miss the tape feature occasionally when using it.

@bob "outdated" I think he means no new features added.

I agree with others though that some new features would be really useful. I'd love a feature to be able to edit the numbers in the tape and it would update all the results following the edit. The Tenkey mentioned in another post looks really good to me because of that feature. But I think overall this one is better because you get more operations with Moffsoft than the Tenkey. For example you can do unit conversion is Moffsoft while Tenkey doesn't support it, you have to buy their conversions product for that.
Jan 17 2015 at 7:45am Copy Link
Amit Can the ability to add own custom unit conversions, be added in near future versions ? It would be of much help.
Jan 17 2015 at 8:12am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett @Amit, it's definitely on my to-do list, but I don't have a timeline for the next version.
Moffsoft - Jan 17 2015 at 8:56am Copy Link
John H I have been using Moffsoft calculator for years and years. Even after I purchased the license, I continue to just load up the free version on new computers because License managing is a time drain even with the efficient system I set up.

I just want a basic simple calculator with a tape. I used to use a spreadsheet prior to Moffsoft but Office programs took to long to start up.

Let me restate; basic and simple! People say they want tons of features and then complain that the software turns into a bloated pig.

Anything more complex for engineering, I use a spreadsheet or Smath, a MathCAD clone. But Moffsoft even handles most of my preliminary engineering calculations.

My only request:
This should be a totally right handed calculator for adding up receipts and such but the clear key is on the opposite side of the keyboard from the key pad. I think if you would give us the choice to use perhaps the end key or home key instead, this would allow me to keep my left hand on the pile of receipts and right hand on the numeric keypad.

I think minimizing the size of the keypad while lengthening the tape to conserve screen space would be nice. Maybe just float the tape and keep it on top of the other windows. Make the keypad just large enough to click on the odd functions without the number keys taking up screen space. Who seriously inputs numbers with a mouse when doing serious number crunching. Serious number crunching is more about ergonomics than features and functions that will never be used.
Jan 17 2015 at 10:38am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett @John, thanks for the feedback. All great suggestions.
Moffsoft - Jan 17 2015 at 10:55am Copy Link
Peter Dr When was the program last updated? I could not find any changelog on the web-site.
Oct 13 2017 at 7:51am Copy Link
William W. Geertsema I have version (the BitsDuJour offer of January 17, 2015).
The MD5 count of the trial download of the present offer is identical to the count of the install file. Both are 6C8BA191EBFE245AFD461457FC310073.
My conclusion (assuming that the trial download is of the current version) is that the present offer is also for version
So, if you already have it, don't buy it again.
It is a good product.

William W. Geertsema
Oct 13 2017 at 9:27am Copy Link
Brent Carey And I personally do not like the upgrade policy...three months? You must be kidding me. Almost 99% of the software devs that I have personally dealt with, give you about a year. No thanks!!

Just my two-cents!!
Oct 13 2017 at 11:11am Copy Link
Lee H I've tried to order this 3 times with different credit cards. Each time I get an error form the processing company, BlueSnap, that there was an error and that my card would not be charged. I have the correct billing address entered too! NOTHING works!
Oct 13 2017 at 1:28pm Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Minor updates were made in 2014. The software is not being updated currently.
Moffsoft - Oct 13 2017 at 6:07pm Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Minor updates were made in 2014. The software is not being updated currently.

There is not a way to reprogram the keyboard equivalents or edit an entry on the tape.

Lee, we've processed many orders today, so I think the issue may be on your end. Try adjusting the security settings on your browser temporarily or see if a different browser works. I hope that helps!
Moffsoft - Oct 13 2017 at 6:16pm Copy Link
Lito It's a great calculator I highly recommend it. I use it a lot.

The only thing missing for me is Hexadecimal/programmer mode. If it added that I wouldn't need windows calculator anymore.
Oct 14 2017 at 7:39am Copy Link
Lee H I've purchased a lot of software on BitsDuJour over the years. I have NEVER had a problem purchasing any of the programs. I've tried to purchase the program on 4 browsers: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, and Explorer. The purchase failed through BlueSnap every single time!

Please provide me with another method to purchase the software. Otherwise it doesn't look like I'll be able to get it.
Oct 14 2017 at 9:37am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Lee, what error message are getting? Orders continue to pour in from all over the world, and no one else has reported this issue. Send an email to, and we can help you with the purchase.
Moffsoft - Oct 14 2017 at 11:14am Copy Link
Glen Hilton BDJ Fine Print
Upgrades to future versions of the software will be free for 3 months
Upgrade Policy

If you purchase a Moffsoft product and an upgrade becomes available within 60 days of your purchase, you are entitled to a free upgrade.

I really don't think it matters too much as there appears to have been no updates for years let alone a major upgrade. I couldn't locate the change log page. The Moffsoft Copyright is © 2000-2014 .
The Moffsoft media coverage talks about 2004 news.

Its still a decent calc with some nice features though I wonder if registered user suggestions are really worth the trouble of submitting.

New BDJ Edition Nov 2018

My Paid Ed 19/01/2015
Nov 23 2018 at 2:26am Copy Link
Bertie Brummel - Windows 10 ís mentioned as supported OS here but not on the vendor's website
- does the vendor offer a changelog site?
- any chance to modify the date / time calculator to use a more reasonable format for the date?

For example 2018.11.24?

The common formats in the US or Europe do not allow an autotomatic chronological sorting and cause a lot of errors and misunderstandings.
Nov 24 2018 at 6:39am Copy Link
Chuck I've tracked this software off and on for several years. Neither it nor the website has been updated since 2014.
Nov 24 2018 at 7:16am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Moffsoft has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Nov 25 2018 at 12:11am Copy Link
Scott n BMT I have used this calculator for years and can't say enough positive comments about it. It beat Windows calculator hands down!
Nov 25 2018 at 3:51am Copy Link
Lito This is a great calculator, it works fine under Windows 10 FYI. I highly recommend it but it's not perfect. For most people this will be the only calculator you will need it does like 80% of what I need it to do. Though I still often use Windows calculator because it can do hexadecimal/binary calculations which cannot be done in this calculator and for me it's the biggest missing feature. I would love to have that tape for windows calculator in the programmer mode. Unfortunately I don't think there is another update coming since it's been so long since anything has been updated or even new features hinted at. I would really want this calculator to be a complete replacement for the included old windows one so I can just use it for everything.
Nov 25 2018 at 6:46am Copy Link
Bertie Brummel > any chance to modify the date / time calculator to use a more reasonable format
for the date?

I had a closer look into this and found , that if one switches to the date format YYYY-MM-DD in Windows' Region settings the calculator uses this setting too and it works fine for "time between two dates" calculations.
Nov 25 2018 at 6:59am Copy Link
Jeff Moffett Glad you found that, Bertie!
Moffsoft - Nov 25 2018 at 12:23pm Copy Link
MojoMan OK... I downloaded the trial but see no way to customize it as I wish.

First and foremost... I do not need or want a keyboard display. I use (Deskcalc) at present (part of the time) as I use adding machine mode mostly and don't need to see keys on a keyboard,. They are a waste of space for me and sadly I can't see anyway to either remove them or have them below the tape so I end up with a double-wide display of wasted space even when I disable the display of keys in the options menu. (Which makes no sense to me).

I do appreciate the tape copy and paste function but would find it much more useful if you could make notations on tapes before copy /paste so that they can be posted in workpapers. Also, it would be a great help if a total could be pasted into an excel spreadsheet.... or even an entire tape under certain circumstances.

I tried this prog a couple years ago (several) and sadly don't see much if any change as someone else noted. There are a couple other similar calculators out there (can' figure out why MS doesn't just do it right to start with) bue each one has shortcomings. The one's which use RPN, which are many are the worst. Nobody who uses a business calculator or adding machine uses RPN... so at least the ability to set the logic mode correctly is a plus.

Just some food for thought and some reasons why this doesn't fit in the pro category for those of us who use a "rea" calulcuator on daily basis for years.... and maybe that is not your intended audience but that is OK.... and it is why I still have an honest to God business calculator still taking up room on my desk.
Nov 25 2018 at 2:53pm Copy Link
J S Dear Jeff, I (and dare I suggest many others too) still live in hope that Version 3 (or whatever you'd call it) will one day be developed and available to buy.
May 14 2020 at 12:59am Copy Link
Rougena Nadgorny-Trattner Dear Sirs,

For years our family has been enjoying the BdJ offers - they are really useful :)

One remark (if I may) concerning the advertising of this specific one: the subtitle "The only calculator you'll ever need" is somewhat "over the hill", at least on two accounts:

1. Given that this software appears to have no support for trigonometric functions as well as computer-oriented computations (binary, octo, hex, ...), it surely cannot be the ONLY calculator I (or many others) will EVER need,

2. Personally, I failed to find this subtitle at Moffsoft's Web site, so it seems they don't make such claims ...

You may wish to remove the subtitle: the software has enough qualities & features as is (not that it could not be improved - see point 1. above) to not need additional -- possibly unfounded -- advertising support.

Keep on the good work and the great deals coming,

Keep safe,

May 15 2020 at 1:03pm Copy Link

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