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#Actualshuma-gorath

Posted 05 February 2013 - 10:35 AM

I use SpeedCrunchas my default calculator.  I use 0.11-alpha because the release version was missing some important feature--though I can't recall what that was. 

 

Pros:

-Free

-It's like a hybrid of the Windows built-in calculator and the PowerToys calculator.

-Sessions can be saved

-Works on latest versions of Windows

-Hasn't crashed on me

 

Cons:

-No graphing support

-Hasn't been updated for years

-Limited binary support (No binary operations, but you can view the results as binary.)


#2shuma-gorath

Posted 05 February 2013 - 10:34 AM

I use SpeedCrunchas my default calculator.  I use 0.11-alpha because the release version was missing some important feature--though I can't recall what that was. 

 

Pros:

-Free

-It's like a hybrid of the Windows built-in calculator and the PowerToys calculator.

-Sessions can be saved

-Works on latest versions of Windows

-Hasn't crashed on me

 

Cons:

-No graphing support

-Hasn't been updated for years


#1shuma-gorath

Posted 05 February 2013 - 10:33 AM

I use SpeedCrunchas my default calculator.  I use 0.11-alpha because the release version was missing some important feature--though I can't recall what that was. 

 

Pros:

-Free

-It's like a hybrid of the Windows built-in calculator and the PowerToys calculator.

-Sessions can be saved

-Works on latest versions of Windows

-Hasn't crashed on me

 

Cons:

-No graphing support

-No binary functionality

-Hasn't been updated for years


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