Microsoft recently pushed the Windows 10 Dev developer preview version 20161 system update, bringing a new smooth design start menu, and also announced that the Windows calculator graphics mode feature is now officially available to the public.
Microsoft announced that the graphics mode feature released to Insiders in January is now available to the public! Adding support for graphics is one of the primary functional requirements of Windows calculator. For students beginning to explore linear algebra, the drawing function is also essential. With this feature, Microsoft hopes to improve students’ understanding and attitude to mathematics so that they can learn mathematics.
The main functions
- Draw one or more equations on the graph. Enter multiple equations so that you can compare the plots with each other and see the interaction between the lines.
- Add equations with variables. If you enter variable equations (for example, y = mx + b), you can update the values of these variables to see real-time changes on the graph.
- Analyze the graph. Use the mouse or keyboard to track the drawing and analyze the equations to help identify key graphical elements, such as x and y intercepts.
We have also learned that Microsoft has made a number of improvements before too, such as the introduction of a new dark theme map and more line customization options, adding error handling for you when you try to draw less correct equations, and improving both the overall experience when tracking or drawing multiple equations.
This Windows calculator graphics mode requires users to upgrade to the latest Windows 10 version 2004 and newer systems, as well as to upgrade to the latest version of the Windows calculator application.
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