RedCrab is a versatile scientific calculator with a host of powerful features.
The program allows you to work in a very natural way, for instance, entering formulae in a full screen editor. You're able to enter complex equations with fractions, exponents, integrals, square roots and more. And you're not restricted to just one: the program will accept several equations on the same page, with the result from one being carried to the next.
If this sounds complicated, then it can be, depending on what you're doing. But RedCrab is generally very smart about how it interprets your expressions, and in most cases it'll figure out what you need first time. And when it does, you can then save and load complex formulae for easy reuse later.
You don't have to get involved in complex math every time you use the program, though. RedCrab also works well for more basic calculations. And it's portable, too, so if you need to do math on the move then there are few better options - just install it on a USB flash drive, then call up the program when you need it, on any convenient PC.
Version 6.1.1 (see changelog for more):
Cumulative update with bug fixes and improvementsl.
- Data fields in results with more than 2 dimensions shows the lowest level and is displayed in orange.
- A complex number can be used as the exponent of a real number.
- A user-defined function can be used as exponent.
- Bug fix: the multiplication sign on the number pad does not appear. German keyboard: the decimal point of the number block will be displayed as point (instead of comma).
- The occasional disappearance of Curors has been fixed.