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Moffsoft FreeCalc v1.2.0.6
Moffsoft FreeCalc v1.2.0.6 Moffsoft FreeCalc is a great replacement for your existing Windows® calculator. We took the standard Windows calculator functionality and added the following features: Adjustable calculator size - Make it any size you want and Moffsoft FreeCalc will remember the size and position next time you use it. Tape - Save, print, or clear the simulated paper history tape. Color schemes - Select a color combination or use your Windows color settings. New keys - Clear Tape {CT}, double zero {00}, triple zero {000}, and memory subtract {M-} keys have been added. Visible memory value - You'll always know what's in memory because it's displayed on the calculator status bar. Option settings - Flat buttons, always on top, tray icon, run on startup, and hiding the tape are some of the calculator options. Digit groupings - Number groupings for easy to read numbers. International support - Digit grouping and decimal point characters change based on your regional settings. Tray icon - Turn on the tray icon for quick and easy access. System requirements - Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 The user interface for Moffsoft FreeCalc is very flexible. The following screen shots demonstrate a few of the possibilities. You can make Moffsoft FreeCalc very large by dragging the edge of the window: You have options to use flat buttons and to turn off the tape: Based on your Regional Settings, Moffsoft FreeCalc will properly display digit groupings and decimal points: You can use your Windows color settings or select a color scheme: For quick access, you can display Moffsoft FreeCalc in your system tray:
5/5 1,316 Jan 19, 2020
RedCrab The Calculator v6.38
RedCrab The Calculator v6.38 RedCrab is a calculator with a full-screen editor. The mathematical expressions are not typed in a typical command line, but can be enter in the editor window. RedCrab display the result either under or next to the expression. The handling is easier than conventional calculators. RedCrab supports the entry of complex algebraic equations with fractions, square roots, exponents, etc. for technical and scientific applications. Several mathematical functions can be written on the same page. Results from one expression can be carried over to the next task. You can save and load the formulas to create a formula library. Complex tasks can be explained visually by importing drawings in bitmap format. Changelog: Version 6.38 16. Jan 2019 Cumulative update with new features, bug fixes and improvements. Improvements in display of news and informations. More improvements in details. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 5,625 Oct 24, 2019
rpCalc v0.8.2
rpCalc v0.8.2 What is rpCalc? From the author: "rpCalc started out as a little program written to try out various Python GUI toolkits. But I ended up using it all the time (it's much quicker to pull it up than to pull an actual HP calculator out of the desk), and I made several improvements. So I decided to make it available to others who also like RPN calculators." -Doug Bell rpCalc Features Uses reverse polish notation, similar to most Hewlett-Packard calculators. The number, operator or command text on any key can be typed, or the mouse can be used to hit the key. If desired, the four RPN registers can be shown in the main display. A separate window can display the four RPN registers, a history of recent calculations, or the contents of the ten memory registers. A separate window converts to and from other number bases (hexadecimal, octal and binary). Any values from the extra windows can be copied to the calculator display or to the clipboard. Options can be set to control the display of numbers and the initial window configuration. How to Use rpCalc? Click here. April 8, 2018 - Release 0.8.2 Updates: Added a desktop file to the Linux version to provide menu entries. Built the Windows version with an updated version of the GUI library. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 234 Mar 23, 2020
Doug Bell
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