All it takes is a few minutes of browsing to find an app or two that elicits the simple response of, “Oh, I’d like to have that.”
That explains why my Mac’s Menubar keeps bumping into the app menus. Here’s the perfect example of the problems casual browsing causes. Date Time Calc.
Have you ever wanted to calculate dates based upon a number of days? What date is 120 days from now? Date Time Calc knows. See? You know you need that (even if all you do is use it once or twice a year).
Using Date Time Calc is simple, too. Select the starting date, then select the ending date. Calculations are automatic.
You won’t need to guess or stare at a calendar or use your fingers and toes because Date Time Calc knows, and right down to the minute and second if you wish.
It calculates the time difference, time intervals, and displays results using your Mac’s local settings and language.
Date Time Calc isn’t a necessary app, but it’s a handy app, and for me, one of about two dozen apps that do pretty much one thing, don’t get used often, don’t cost much, but that I hesitate to throw away because, well, you know– I might need it one day.
Isn’t that disgusting?