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What's the time?
Planning a meeting that spans timezones? Yeah, it can be tricky, and unless you want to decorate your entire office with clocks you need an alternative.
Go to Google and type time followed by the name of a country or town/city to get the current time.
If you want to find out how much behind or ahead of UTC a place is, replace time with timezone.
Currency conversion can be a pain, but Google can help take the strain.
For example, if I want to find the conversion rate for US dollars to British pounds, I type usd to gbp into Google to get an interactive calculator.
If I wanted to get specific I could type 500 usd to gbp.
You can also use the same trick for other conversions, such as miles to km, inches to feet and mb to tb.
Math is hard
Got a math problem that's taxing your brain but don't have the time/energy/brain cells to work it out the old fashioned way? Use Google!
Just type the problem into the search box to get the answer. Not only do you get the answer, but you also get a cool calculator.
If you just want to get up the calculator, type calc.