Currency Conversions

by Eric Wyatt
(last updated January 28, 2019)

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A few weeks ago, my kids were doing a report on various countries. As part of their reports they needed to give the currency rate comparing the US dollar with the currency of their chosen country. With Windows 10, discovering the conversion rate has gotten easier, using the Calculator app.

You can launch the Calculator app by pressing the Windows button and typing (without quotes) "Calculator," then press Enter. (See Figure 1.)

Figure 1. The Windows 10 Calculator app.

You can convert the calculator from standard (default setting) to currency mode by clicking the menu icon in the top-left corner of the app window and choosing the "Currency" option in the Converter section. (See Figure 2.)

Figure 2. The Windows 10 Calculator app in Currency mode.

With the currency mode set you can choose from the currency you want to start with (see list below) and then the currency into which you want the amount converted. (As of this writing there are 124 currencies to choose from.) Once you have the desired currencies set, enter the amount and the conversion will update as you enter the amount.

The currency rates are updated frequently; you can see the last time the rates were updated and even update the rates by clicking the Update Rates link in the app.

Country Currency
Afghanistan Afghani Albania Lek Algeria Dinar
Argentina Peso Aruba Guilder Australia Dollar
Azerbaijan New Manat
Bahamas, The Dollar
Bahrain Dinar
Bangladesh Taka
Barbados Dollar
Belize Dollar
Bermuda Dollar Bolivia Boliviano Bosnia and Herzegovina Convertible Marka
Botswana Pula Brazil Real
Brunei Dollar Bulgaria Lev Burundi Franc Cabo Verde Escudo
Cambodia Riel Canada Dollar Cayman Islands Dollar Chile Peso China Yuan
Colombia Peso Comoros Franc
Congo Franc
Costa Rica Colon
Croatia Kuna
Cuba Peso
Czech Republic Koruna Denmark Krone
Djibouti Franc
Dominican Republic Peso
Egypt Pound
Ethiopia Birr
Europe Euro
Fiji Dollar Gambia, The Dalasi
Georgia Lari Ghana Cedi
Guatemala Quetzal
Guinea Franc Haiti Gourde Honduras Lempira
Hong Kong SAR Dollar
Hungary Forint
Iceland Krona
India Rupee Indonesia Rupiah Iran Rial Iraq Dinar Israel Shekel Jamaica Dollar Japan Yen Jordan Dinar Kazakhstan Tenge Kenya Shilling Korea Won Kuwait Dinar
Laos Kip Lebanon Pound Lesotho Loti Liberia Dollar Libya Dinar Macao SAR Pataca
Macedonia, FYRO Denar
Madagascar Malagasy Ariary
Malawi Kwacha
Maldives Rufiyaa
Mauritius Rupee
Mexico Peso
Moldova Leu
Morocco Dirham
Mozambique Metical
Myanmar Kyat
Namibia Dollar
Nepal Rupee
New Zealand Dollar
Nicaragua Cordoba
Nigeria Naira
Norway Krone Oman Rial Pakistan Rupee
Panama Balboa Papua New Guinea Kina
Paraguay Guarani Peru Nuevo Sol
Philippines Peso
Poland Zloty
Qatar Riyal
Romania New Leu
Russia Rouble
Rwanda Franc Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha Pound
Saudi Arabia Riyal Serbia Dinar
Seychelles Rupee
Sierra Leone Leone
Singapore Dollar
Somalia Shilling
South Africa Rand
Sri Lanka Rupee
Sudan Pound
Swaziland Lilangeni Sweden Krona
Switzerland Franc
Syria Pound
Taiwan New Dollar
Tanzania Shilling
Thailand Baht Trinidad and Tobago Dollar Tunisia Dinar
Turkey Lira Uganda Shilling
Ukraine Hryvna United Arab Emirates Dirham
United Kingdom Pound
United States Dollar Uruguay Peso Uzbekistan Som Venezuela Bolivar Soberano Vietnam Dong
Yemen Rial

 This tip (13615) applies to Windows 10.

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Eric Wyatt

Eric Wyatt is a swell guy (or so his friends tell him). He is a formally trained designer and branding expert, bringing a wide range of skills to his Tips.Net articles. ...

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