CCCalc is a free calculator application that is very precise, it has an editable memory and the most interesting thing about it, and it looks like you personally make those calculations on a piece of paper.
This program is able to perform plus, minus, multiply, divide, square root and percent calculations and it will seem like you wrote those things down on a piece of paper, and you can determine how the calculations were done.
You are not limited to use a number of digits, so you can use hundreds or thousands of digits in a number, if you need that thing.
This program displays your calculations on the kind of a tape, and that helps you detect a misprint if any. You can edit the text on the tape, so you can correct errors or reuse numbers and expressions. CCCalc will store the tape content, so you will find it in the same place next time you will use the program.
You can exchange data with other Windows applications via drag and drop or clipboard.
This program has a nice memory function, and the number of memory slots is practically unlimited. They are visible and even editable as everything else, because they are on the same tape with all other calculations.
This program is free, and you can use it yourself or you can give it to someone else if you don't change it.
You can use CCCalc on Windows Me, Windows NT4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista.
It will not consume many resources (about 1.4 HDD space and 6 MB Ram) so you will be able to use this program on older computers also.
Why is CCCalc famous?
CCCalc is famous because it is a great calculator that looks like you personally make the calculations with a pen, on a sheet of paper.
Publisher: Excelsior LLC
Tags: Math Calculator, Math Operation,