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Tips regarding calculator software. Programs may include features such as function support, a scroll-back buffer, and varying levels of precision.

#1: Open Source Bignum Calculator with up to 306 Decimal Digits
TTCalc performs calculations with a high degree of precision, and also supports user-defined functions and variables.

#2: Freeware Calculator that Doesn't Take Much Space
Type in an equation into Calculator Prompter; includes support for several constants and functions.

#3: WiseCalc with Support for Complex Math Equations
WiseCalc is a freeware Windows calculator with support for user-definable constants and functions.

#4: A Calculator to Fit in Your Taskbar
Add a calculator to your Windows system that only takes up a little room on your Taskbar.

#5: Freeware Calculator with Really Big Buttons
Day Maxi Calc is a freeware Windows calculator that has a display large enough for you to sit away from your computer and work.

#6: ESBCalc Freeware Calculator for Windows with Scrollback History
ESBCalc is a calculator replacement for Windows with a scroll-back history and various configuration and display options.

#7: SkinCalc Skinnable Calculator for Windows
Download a freeware calculator for Windows that lets you choose from over 100 skins.

#8: SpeedCrunch Multiplatform Desktop Calculator
SpeedCrunch is a freeware multi-platform calculator with support for variables, a scroll-back buffer, and function syntax highlighting.

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