Calculator is one of the most useful tools on Windows 10 for any age user. Graphing mode in this tool provides advanced functions preferably for students. You can plot more than one equation on the graph, add equations with variables, and analyze equations by hovering your mouse over key points. Furthermore, the Windows 10 graphing calculator is also expected to support the common core math curriculum of the United States. You are also able to create and interpret functions as well as comprehend quadratic, linear, and exponential models.
The Windows calculator already also has lots of options on the hamburger menu icon on the left, such as currency converter, temperature converter. However, if you are an insider and running Windows 10 build 19546 or later you can enable and disable this function. But you can turn on the Graphing mode through small changes in the registry editor or Group policy settings on the original version. Let’s see the ways –
Enable or Disable Calculator Graphing Mode on Windows 10
Here is how to Enable or Disable Calculator Graphing Mode on Windows 10 –
1] Using Gpedit or Group Policy Editor
The function is not turned on by default however you are able to unlock this by making a small change in the group policy. This administrative tool is however not available for the Windows 10 Home but you can activate it. Once you have installed the package you can follow the method –
2] Via Regedit or Registry change
Note – The directory may vary for different Windows 10 devices.
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