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Anyone with a Windows PC, with any OS, has a built-in calculator, just in case you didn't know; however, that calculator is very rudimentary and doesn't do a whole lot, unlike the freeware Equalizer calculator available for download on any Windows OS.
An Overview of Equalizer
So, since your PC already comes equipped with a calculator, why, then, would you ever think about downloading a program like Equalizer? Well, for starters, those PC calculators are incredibly small and you can barely see what's on the screen, whereas this calculator is rather large and you're fully capable of seeing everything on the screen, to the last decimal point. The PC calculator is also very light on features, whereas this downloadable program is a feature rich calculator that will enable you to perform a lot more math than just basic addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. That being said, we're not looking at any sort of physics tool here; it's still an entry level calculator. It's just that it's much larger, has more features, and will be a lot more convenient to use than those calculators that come with the Windows OS.
How does this stand out from a basic version calculator? For starters, you're not really limited by the number of integers you can input into the calculator. A regular OS calculator will cut you off rather quickly, whereas this program will allow you to perform long-form calculations if you need them. So, for instance, if you wanted to calculate what percentage of the United States had red hair, you could get it to the last decimal point.
Features of Equalizer
You have to realize that we're not talking about anything overly special here. All in all, this is still just a calculator. Think of it more or less as a computerized version of one of those Texas Instrument calculators that you used in school. Yes, it has a lot of features, and yes it's a great program, especially considering that it's freeware. But it's not actually going to work on automated mode and start solving problems for you automatically or anything. When you break it down, this is basically just an upgraded version of a calculator that you can use to replace that small, lightly featured one that came with your Windows OS.
The buttons are large, you can enter all sorts of numbers into it, and it works about as well as can be expected from a virtual calculator. One real strong point here is that the size is incredibly small. It's only about 130kb, so this will fit and run well on any type of PC. Even if you have an old PC with only 50GB of space, 1GB of RAM and a Pentium processor, this calculator is going to work very well for you.
What Equalizer is and How it Works
Pros and Cons of Equalizer
- It's a freeware program
- Incredibly small in size
- Easy to load up and operate
- Won't take up space
- The latest version of over 12 years old
- Windows 10 may have compatibility issues