Ok, so Microsoft did add a calculator to Windows 10 after all. I was wrong. News flash though I am not alone in thinking that. I actually went online to see if it had been moved and found articles where tech sites said it was not included any longer and that is where I got the link I did I posted here. Why move it and make it so difficult to find is my question? There is still a Windows>Accessories folder with the traditional components in it like Notepad so why not put it where it has always been? Why move something that has been in one place for what, 2 decades now? How does moving it, from where people are accustomed to looking for it, make Windows 10 better? It doesn't. I still stand behind my comment that Microsoft is forever trying to fix things that just are not broken. They make changes just for change sake and it is ridiculous. Like the changes to the Windows 10 start function. Anyway, I found the new calculator and checked it out and I prefer the older one so I will keep it. Thanks to those who let me know where the Windows 10 one is( in a nice way rather than the usual BITOG condescending and snarky way some always choose to use ).