Calendar Converter was originally written as a small utility app for Microsoft Windows 98™, to allow a quick reference for multiple calendar and date formats. It was updated a few times, eventually with a Windows XP and Windows 2003 R2 Server version. All support was dropped for Calendar Converter with Microsoft ending support of Windows XP. For those that found Calendar Converter useful though, we present our new "cloud" version.
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US Formatting, 12hr Clock
UK Formatting, 24hr Clock
Gregorian dating: (Local)
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11 Av 5778
10. Dh? al-Qa‘dah 1439
Today is Prickle-Prickle, Confusion 58, YOLD 3184
At the time this page was loaded: 56% of this year has expired. 74.19% of this month has expired. 45.83% of this day has expired. 40% of this hour has expired.
Seconds since Thursday, 1 January 1970, 00:00:00 UTC
This is not considered an issue, as it's thought to be far beyond the time will take the Sun to exhaust the hydrogen in it's core and became a red giant star, eveloping Earth - in some 7 billion years.