WinConverter is a handy utility for students, teachers, and practitioners in engineering, physics, sciences, and technical subjects. It can quickly convert more than 1400 different units in 76 categories. It contains the most important conversion factors for length, area, volume, mass, force, pressure, density, energy, power, temperature, dynamic viscosity, kinematic viscosity, and time units. But it provides many high-specialized units and categories, too.

WinConverter offers fully customizable databases. You can add, remove, or modify units, and categories.
The version 2 allows you to create, customize, and print out conversion tables of every category.

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The categories include:
Mass, Length, Time, and Volume.
Acceleration - Linear, Area, Data Storage, Data Transfer, Energy, Flow, Force, Numbers, Power, Pressure, Temperature, Velocity, Acceleration - Angular, Angle, Calorific Value, Concentration - Liquid Solution, Concentration - Molar, Density, Digital Image Resolution, Entropy, EU Currency, Flow - Mass, Flow - Molar, Frequency Wavelength, Fuel Efficiency, Heat Capacity, Heat Flux Density, Heat Transfer Coefficient, HVAC Efficiency, Chemical - Henry's Law, Illumination, Illumination - Luminous Intensity, Latent Heat, Luminance, Mass Flux Density, Moment of Inertia, Permeability, Radiation, Radiation - Absorbed Dose, Radiation - Activity, Radiation - Exposure, Sound, Specific Heat, Specific Volume, Surface Tension, Temperature Interval, Thermal Conductivity, Thermal Expansion, Torque, Typography, Velocity - Angular, Viscosity - Dynamic, Viscosity - Kinematic, Volume - Dry, and Volume - Lumber.

Capacitance, Charge, Conductance, Conductivity, Current, Electric Field, Inductance, Linear Current Density, Linear Charge Density, Magnetic Flux, Magnetic Flux Density, Magnetomotive Force, Resistance, Resistivity, Surface Current Density, Surface Charge Density, and Volume Charge Density.