ESBCalc Pro is a Windows Scientific Calculator with Infix Notation, Exponential Notation, Printing, Brackets, Scientific Functions, Memory, Paper Trail, Result History List, Hexadecimal Conversion, Fraction Conversion and more. Register once for life
Version: 9.4.0ESBCalc Pro is an Enhanced Windows Scientific Calculator with Infix Processing, Exponential Notation, Brackets, Scientific Functions, Memory, Optional Paper Trail, Printing, Result History List, Integrated Help and more. Functions include Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Logarithmic - Base 10, Base 2, Natural - Random Number and many more.
License: Free To Try $19.00
Operating System: Windows
Also includes heaps of built-in as well as user-defined constants, Hexadecimal Conversions and Fraction Conversions.
Also allows for Floating Decimal Point, optionally start at last position and other improvements to the User Interface.
The calculator can have Prefix Functions turned on so that when calculating log (25), you can enter log 25 rather than the traditional 25 log.
The Calculator also has an expression editor that allows the data that has been entered can be then edited and recalculated.
Plus you have a dialog that supplies descriptive statistics such as Mean (Average), Median, Variance, Standard Deviation, Skew and Kurtosis. Plus it can now also calculate the time between two dates and / or times.
Precedence can be turned off for those who do not wish it.
Optimized for Windows XP / Vista / 7/8 and above in 800x600 (or better).
Registered version also includes Electronic Documentation and PDF designed to produce Printed Documentation.
A Portable Version is also available to Registered Users that easily allows the Calculator to be used on Removable / Portable Drives.
Register only once for the life of the product.
Also available as part of the ESBCalc Pro Suite which includes ESBUnitConv Pro, ESBFinCalc Pro and ESBProgCalc Pro
Version 9.4.0: Improved support for Larger Font Sizes
Version 9.3.0: Minor Improvements.
Version 9.2.0: Improvements to UI. Improved and Additional Physical Constants.