Mac Users: Do You Remember the Graphing Software That Use to Come with Macs?
There use to be a free formula and graphing application that came with new Macs for several years before 2001. Among other capabilities, it could auto-generate two and three dimensional graphs and show the formulas for them.
Does anyone remember the name of the software or the manufacturer?
Work caused me to switch to Windows 8 years ago and I finally gave my Mac away.
Re: Mac Users: Do You Remember the Graphing Software That Use to Come with Macs?
Mac OS 9 was bundled with Pacific Tech's Graphing Calculator, http://www.pacifict.com/, that had been included with over 20 million Macintoshes since 1994 with System 7.
Grapher is a graphing calculator application included with Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and later. Originally named Curvus Pro X, it was purchased by Apple from Arizona Software in 2004. (Clapping)