A microgrid is a new concept that has changed the power systems dramatically. It is a combination of Distributed Generation Resources (DGR) like Biomass, PV systems, Wind energy, Fuel cell, Diesel Generator, and so on with different types of loads (residential or commercial). Microgrids can work in two modes: autonomous and Interconnected. In the Islanding situation, the loads will be supported by DGR and without connecting to upstream utility grids. Controlling power electronic Interfaces between sources and loads has been an important task between the researchers. Several different strategies have been presented by researchers. Droop control strategy is one of the which has its pros and cons. In this paper, the conventional droop strategy has been explained in detail and formulated. The Simulation results are taken from MATLAB/SIMULINK to show the capability of the control strategy.