The «great» news about having a free calculator built-in our Windows system doesnt make us excited. No wonder — what it can do, the majority of us can calculate in our head. And making any real-life calculations is totally beyond its capacities; for making those calculations, we need to buy more sophisticated software.
But arent we too speedy about burying the good old calculator? Coders at Judys Applications have developed the concept a bit further and transformed the calculator as-we-know-it into a universal numeric assistant, which can run stand-alone or integrate with other applications and allows making calculations right from other applications.
The applications primary distinctive feature is the calculation tape, which you can... edit. Thats right; you can edit the tape, comment you calculations, and undo as many changes as necessary — have you seen that in any other calculators? The tape fills as you make calculations and recalculates automatically when you make any changes on it. You can save, copy/paste and reuse results.
TenKey comes along with a number of arithmetic, financial, merchant, and other preset functions. You can further improve the calculators performance by adding your own formulas to it. The calculator allows flexible configuration, including operating mode, appearance, buttons to be shown, sounds, decimal settings, and a lot more little touches that makes the life much easier.
This is a great example of what can be done with a calculator application. And «the tip of the day» will give you more hints on what you can do with your new assistant.
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