How to enable Calculator Graphing Mode in Windows 10
The calculator is one of the most useful tools that comes with the Windows 10 operating system and a lot of Windows users use the App in their everyday life to perform various operations. By default, the calculator on Windows 10 opens in the normal simple mode that allows users to perform calculations and along with that, there is a hamburger menu that offers options to enable other modes.
However, there’s also a Graphing Mode in the Calculator App, which is quite useful for students and professionals. It can be used to plot equations on the graph, add equations with variables, and analyze equations by hovering the cursor over key points. With the Windows 10 build 19546 or later, users can enable or disable the Graphing Mode for the Calculator from the system. However, enabling the Graphing Mode is kind of complicated, and not many people know about how it’s done. Hence, in this guide, we are going to show you how to enable Calculator Graphing Mode in Windows 10. Without waiting further, let’s get started.
How to Enable Calculator Graphing Mode in Windows 10
Step 1: Open the Local Group Policy Editor on your Windows 10 system. To bring up the Local Group Policy Editor all you have to do is:
- Press Windows Key + S on your keyboard.
- Type in “gpedit” in the search box and hit Enter.
Step 2: Once you’ve Local Group Policy Editor on your screen go to the following location:
- User Configuration > Administrative Template > Windows Components > Calculator
Step 3: Double Tap on “Allow Graphing Calculator” policy settings to continue with the process.
Step 4: Enable the Calculator Graphing Mode on your Windows 10 system by tapping on “Enabled” in the Graphing Calculator policy and press on “Ok” to save your settings.
Have a look at the image below to see how it’s done.
That’s all, folks! Once you’ve followed the above steps just restart your Windows 10 system to apply the changes. Once your system is restarted Calculator Graphing Mode will be enabled on your Windows 10 system. If you liked this guide, make sure you share it using the social media buttons. For more stuff like this stay tuned to our website.