RedCrab: A Feature Rich Statistical and Scientific Calculator for Windows 7

In certain contexts, such as higher education, users require a scientific calculator that is more capable of solving problems in science, engineering, and mathematics. Microsoft Mathematics is a very handy program in this regard. The feature rich application is capable of performing many advanced mathematical functions, from basic to pre-calculus. If you are looking for a similar alternative for Windows 7, try Red Crab. While several new functions and modes have been added in the Windows 7 Calculator - Standard, Scientific, Programmer & Statistics, this scientific calculator does a bit more.

RedCrab is a scientific and statistics calculator with a full screen formula editor. The portable calculator includes support for exponential and trigonometric functions and many statistical calculations. One can even save and load the formulas to create a formula library.

Red Crab 600x485 RedCrab: A Feature Rich Statistical and Scientific Calculator for Windows 7

How to Use RedCrab calculator

  1. Download the zip file with 2.1 MB download size
  2. After the download is complete, double-click on the program and run the program

RedCrab is fully portable and therefore can be started from external data storage source such as a USB without any installation. If you start RedCrab from a USB flash drive, your settings are stored on the stick.

The mathematical tool is capable of handling all the basic functions just like a conventional calculator. It requires no training for this purpose. Anyone who has the knowledge of operating a pocket calculator can operate RedCrab without having to study the manual. The manual describes fundamentally only the advanced features which a normal calculator does not possess.

RedCrab’s Interface is quite simple and easy to understand. Options such as ‘Cut’, ‘Copy’, ‘Paste’, ‘Undo’ and ‘Redo’  can be readily accessed from the Edit menu, whereas Printer options are available in the File menu.

Other menus such as ‘Insert’ lets you insert Image File, Text File, Text Box, Result Box and Chart Box directly into the main application of the interface. The keyboard is a virtual type and therefore requires entering of a text or symbol by clicking rather than typing.

Red Crab Calculator1 600x498 RedCrab: A Feature Rich Statistical and Scientific Calculator for Windows 7

RedCrab features:

  • Multidimensional data fields.
  • 30 new functions
  • Statistical functions
  • Matrix multiplication
  • Result display in tables
  • Graphical view (charts)

RedCrab System requirements:

  • Minimum Pentium P4 and 500MB RAM
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Operating system: Linux with Wine runtime system

The latest version of RedCrab, RedCrab includes many new functions. It is compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.

Posted by on , in Category Downloads with Tags
The author Hemant Saxena is a post-graduate in bio-technology and has an immense interest in following Windows, Office and other technology developments. Quiet by nature, he is an avid Lacrosse player. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software, and being careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware is recommended.
  • hackerman1

    “Microsoft Mathematics is a very handy program in this regard. The feature rich application is capable of performing many advanced mathematical functions, from basic to pre-calculus. If you are looking for a similar alternative for Windows 7, try Red Crab.”

    ???
    why not use Microsoft Mathematics ?
    it works on W7….

  • hemant saxena

    As i mentioned ‘IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN ALTERNATIVE’ try Red Crab. i am not favoring any one application. its always good to have an alternative, isn’t it?

  • hackerman1

    of course it might be good to have an alternative, if you fx. for some reason don´t like “Mathematics”.

    but, you wrote: “If you are looking for a similar alternative for Windows 7, try Red Crab.”

    by writing like that you give all readers the impression that Mathematics doesn´t work on W7…

    so that ´s why i asked: “why not use Microsoft Mathematics ?
    since it works on W7 too.

  • Recent Comments