Windows 10 gets a new built-in graphing calculator this year

by Madalina Dinita
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Users of the Windows Insider program have finally received the latest Preview Build, called Build 19546.

Among the many security updates and bug fixes, it also comes with a neat set of features. Besides the Indexer Diagnostics app, Windows 10 Preview Build 19546 brings a graphing calculator for the Windows 10 Calculator app.

When asked about the new feature, a Microsoft official stated that:

It’s a Store update independent of the OS. Goal is to release this to Insiders in the Slow ring who are on 20H1 in a bit.

This being said, no one really knows if the new feature will be part of the 20H1 release, or if it will be postponed some later release.

A graphing calculator that is efficient and looks great

windows 10 graph

Despite the fact that there are plenty of tools and web services that perform pretty much the same, the graphing calculator in Windows 10 is very attractive and also looks very efficient and straightforward.

Now you won’t have to download any third-party tools or visit any website in order to plot or one or more equations on the graph.

Windows 10 Graph Calculator features

The tool has several basic functions that make using such apps easier:

  • You can plot multiple equations at a time
  • You can manually adjust plots
  • Color coding plots is also an option
  • The ability to add a second variable and the list goes on

Admittedly, the app is not probably going to be something everyone will be using regularly. However, it looks attractive enough to make it worth giving a shot out of pure curiosity.

What other new features are you expecting in future Windows 10 builds? Let us know in the comment section below.

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