For years, I’ve been searching for a good free-form symbolic calculator program that works across multiple desktop operating systems. I think I’ve finally found one worth mentioning.
Windows Natural Scrolling and Synergy
Windows Natural Scrolling and Synergy A little over a year ago, I wrote about setting up “natural scolling” on Windows. I tried it for a week or so and never quite got used to it. One of the biggest setbacks was the software I use to connect my Windows and Linux boxes together as one … Continue reading Windows Natural Scrolling and Synergy
Eight years ago, I worked at a company where I had both a Linux desktop machine and a Linux laptop. The laptop was the primary machine — for coding, documentation, and carrying around to meetings (back when WiFi was cutting-edge technology that few people knew about.) The desktop was the workhorse for large builds and … Continue reading Synergy