This article explains how to turn on or off “Always on top” for the Calculator app in Windows 11.
The Windows Calculator app is a simple yet powerful calculator with standard, scientific, programmer, and graphing calculator functionality and a set of converters between various units of measurement and currencies.
The Calculator app may not replace your college calculator, but it’s for helping you complete your math homework, manage your finances and perform other basic calculations.
Now users can open the Calculator with “Always on top” mode to stay on top of other windows in Windows.
Keep the Calculator on top of other windows
As mentioned above, users can open the Calculator with “Always on top” mode, so it’s on top of other windows.
Here’s how to do that.
First, open the Windows Calculator app.
You can do that by clicking on the Start menu and searching for “Calculator.” Then, under Besth match, select and open the Calculator app.
While the Calculator app is open, click the middle button highlighted below or press the keyboard shortcut (Alt + Up Arrow) button to keep the Calculator app on top of other windows.
To return to normal mode, press the button again (or Alt + Down Arrow) not to keep it on top of other windows.
That should do it!
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