When you do computations on your ti-89, you can scroll up to see your past calculations.
When you do a calculation on the Wolfram Alpha website, and you X out the window, you can't go find it again.
To deal with this, I've been pasting URLs + a screenshot of what I typed in into a Word doc but I'd like to find software that can save this in a more elegant and automatic way to do this to save your past calculations. The other way I thought of doing it is shoving all the URLs into the bookmarks bar but that is a bit messy and hard to navigate.
At the moment, I'm only considering the Wolfram Alpha website since it seemed to handle words and English a bit better than other calculators I've used. I'm not going to use Mathematica because I don't feel like installing it on all my devices - there should be a simpler solution for what I want which is basically saving Wolfram Alpha searches in an easy to navigate way
What is some good software to keep a record of calculations in case you want to go back and check if you made a mistake?
- Windows 10
- Preferably free
I've tried the extension Save to Pocket, but if you try to open a pocket from the chrome extension app, it may say that Wolfram Alpha needs java even though you already have it and can use wolfram alpha just fine on a browser.