What calculator can be simpler than the one built in the Windows operating system? Or which one could be more powerful than the systems default one?
Suppose you were typing a paper in a text editor and needed to quickly calculate a certain arithmetic expression. Normally, youd need to run a calculator program, make the calculations, copy the result to clipboard, close the calculator, and then paste the result to your paper. How about simply typing the expression and hitting the equation key to get the result, and no more hassle with launching and closing the calculator application?
Thats keyCulator — a literally invisible application that adds the calculator functionality — to any running application. With keyCulator running, you can just start typing the expression you need to calculate, hit the equation key, and voila: the result is on the screen, along with the expression (or without it if you decide so).
Dont let the simplicity seduce you to think this is just a toy — the calculating power of this program is overwhelming. With ease it handles complex operations with brackets, «knows» the standard physical, mathematical and chemical constants and even allows users to define custom variables. To calculate an expression with a function, just type it in. Arithmetic operators allow calculating complex expressions, including power, integer division, remainder, etc.
Although you do not see the actual calculator application, you can find it helpful to configure the font, color, and other parameters of the data it outputs. Besides, you can make the calculator start automatically when your computer boots.
Try turning on the NumLock mode, and youll get the feeling of working with a real scientific desktop calculator. But the most pleasing thing is that you no longer need thread your way through the Start menu to launch the calculator application.
keyCulator 1.2 keyCulator is the simplest calculator software in the world. However, the simplicity is both a concept and a power! This is the only calculator software without a program window
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