Screenshots: Get extra functionality with these five Windows calculators
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One of the built-in Windows apps I find myself using thernmost frequently is Calculator. As handy as it is, however, plenty of otherrncalculator apps are available. These apps, many of whichrnare freeware, often provide functionality that doesn’t exist in the built-inrnWindows tool. Here are five choices that are worth a look.
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Although this app can’t really do anythingrnbeyond basic arithmetic, it does have one feature I really like. The interfacernincludes a side panel that the utility refers to as a tape. All calculations are written to the tape, and the tape can bernsaved to a text file for future reference.
This calculator’s best feature is the integration ofrncopy and paste buttons.
Biromsoft Calculator sells for $14.95, but a free trialrnversion is available for download.
Graphing Calculator 3D
It’s worth noting that you must have Java installed onrnyour computer to use Graphing Calculator 3D.
This awesome (and free) calculator also has a hugernnumber of built-in constant values and a built-in conversion engine that canrnassist with common measurements.