12:34 Time Newsletter01/12/2016
Windows 10 Calculator Update - History
If you're lucky enough to have already updated to Window's 10, then hopefully you've seen the updates to the calculator. My personal favorite is the introduction of "History".
If you look in the example above, as you click on the "Equals" button, your last equation gets put on top of the history queue. This allows you to explicitly see what calculation's you've made, which is very useful when adding up a long list of numbers. If you happen to miss one, or mess up somewhere, you can look through and figure out exactly where you your error occurred. Other then your piece of mind, how exactly is that useful?
For example, let's assume that instead of adding 63, you meant to add 6.3. Rather than going through all the calculations again, you can go to the last correct calculation by simply clicking on it in the history. This will bring you back to the input for the calculator as seen above, allowing you to add "+ 6.3", then click "Enter" to get your correct calculation.