Like other operating systems, Windows 10 comes with default apps such as text editor, calendar, and calculator. But the real problem is when users start accessing it, a calculator may seem simple and without any functionality, but it is practical most of the time. The Windows calculator allows users to do a quick calculation to save time. But sometimes users notice that it does not work, so troubleshooting should be done. Users can also contact Windows 10 Customer Service for a better solution to the problem.
Problems with calculators can arise for a number of reasons, but only the correct device can be implemented so that troubles can be fixed and you can use the functionality in a practical way.
Method 1– Re-register Windows 10 apps using PowerShell
- In the search bar, type PowerShell and right-click on it from the result that appears.
- Choose Run as Administrator from the menu.
- Order to register again and press enter.
- Wait until the process is over, then try using a calculator.
Method-2 Create a new user account
- Add users to the search bar and choose to add or remove other users from the list.
- Click to add someone else to this computer.
- Click I do not have login information for this person.
- Now click on Add a user without Microsoft account.
- Enter username and password
- Once the new account is created, your calculator will start working properly.
Method 3 – Turn off your firewall
- If the above solution does not work, there may be a problem with the firewall preventing the calculator from working.
- Press window + S and insert a firewall.
- Click Enable or deactivate Windows Firewall in the left menu.
- For private and public network settings select Disable Windows Firewall and click OK.
If you note that troubleshooting is not working the way you want, you can contact Windows 10 Support directly for more information on how to resolve the problem effectively.