CalcWorks 1.7.1 adds new currency conversion rates
By Macworld Staff
MacworldJAN 25, 2001 4:00 pm PST
Brochu Software has announced the release of an update to CalcWorks, their multifunction Mac calculator software.
CalcWorks provides Mac users with a fully customizable scientific calculator, with engineering functions, decimal-only notation, binary math modes, binary coded decimal, selectable algebraic or RPN notation, and much, much more. Users can even customize the color settings of their CalcWorks calculator to better match their Macs.
The new update to CalcWorks updates currency conversion functions to better reflect the latest exchange rates.
CalcWorks 1.7.1 is distributed as shareware and carries a US$15 registration fee. System requirements call for a Mac Plus or better (yes, a Mac Plus), System 6.0.5 or higher, with about 300K of available memory to run. A scaled-down version simplified for novices called CalcWorks SE is also available.
In related news, CalcWorks developer Brochu Software now has a
new Web site. In addition to the CalcWorks applications, Brochu Software has developed Minuet, a CD player control strip module, PopupCD, and TapPad, a Graffiti enhancement for Palm OS-based PDAs.