A note to Tucows Downloads visitors:
GPS Date Converter (GDC) is a program to convert six different date formats, including: (1) Decimal year, (2) Year, Month, Day, (3) Year, Day of year, (4) GPS Week, Day of week, (5) Julian date, and (6) Modified Julian date. These formats are quiet common in Earth Sciences, specially GPS applications. More information can be found in the GDC. GCD Calculator Instructions. The GCD calculator allows you to quickly find the greatest common divisor of a set of numbers. You may enter between two and ten non-zero integers between -. The numbers must be separated by commas, spaces or tabs or may be entered on separate lines.
All good things…
We have made the difficult decision to retire the Tucows Downloads site. We’re pleased to say that much of the software and other assets that made up the Tucows Downloads library have been transferred to our friends at the Internet Archive for posterity.
The shareware downloads bulletin board system (BBS) that would become Tucows Downloads was founded back in 1993 on a library computer in Flint, MI. What started as a place for people in the know to download software became the place to download software on the burgeoning Internet. Far more quickly than anyone could have imagined.
A lot has changed since those early years. Tucows has grown and evolved as a business. It’s been a long time since Tucows has been TUCOWS, which stood for The Ultimate Collection of Winsock Software.
Today, Tucows is the second-largest domain name registrar in the world behind Go Daddy and the largest wholesaler of domain names in the world with customers like Shopify and other global website builder platforms. Hover offers domain names and email at retail to help people brand their life online. OpenSRS (and along the way our acquisitions of Enom, Ascio and EPAG) are the SaaS platforms upon which tens of thousands of customers have built their own domain registration businesses, registering tens of millions of domains on behalf of their customers. Ting Internet is building fiber-optic networks all over the U.S. At the same time, we’re building the Mobile Services Enabler SaaS platform that is powering DISH’s entry into the US mobile market.
Point is, we’re keeping busy.
For the past several years, history, well sentimentality, has been the only reason to keep Tucows Downloads around. We talked about shutting the site down before. Most seriously in 2016 when instead, we decided to go ad-free, keeping the site up as a public service.
Today is different. Tucows Downloads is old. Old sites are a maintenance challenge and therefore a risk. Maintaining the Tucows Downloads site pulls people away from the work that moves our businesses forward.
Tucows Downloads has had an incredible run. Retiring it is the right move but that doesn’t alter the fact that it will always hold a special place in hearts and our story. We’re thankful to the thousands of software developers who used Tucows Downloads to get their software in front of millions of people, driving billions of downloads over more than 25 years.
A note to Tucows Downloads Authors/Developers
If you’re a developer who used the Tucows Author Resource Center (ARC) as part of your software dissemination, to buy code signing or other services, we’re happy to help with the transition.
Any certificates purchased through ARC remain valid. If you’re looking to buy or renew code signing certificates, we invite you to go straight to the source; Sectigo was our supplier and will be happy to be yours too.
Feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] if we can help with anything at all.
In calculus, you need to graph the derivative of a function in order to find its critical points, which you can do on your TI-84 Plus calculator. Just follow these steps:
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Enter your functions in the Y= editor.
Use the arrow keys to place your cursor in an open equation in the Y= editor.
Press [MATH] to access the nDeriv template.
then press [ALPHA][TRACE] and choose your function, then press the right arrow and
See the first screen. This is a sneaky move. You aren’t using the nDeriv( template to take the derivative at a specific x-value. Instead, by taking the derivative at x = x, you are taking the derivative at all points where the function is defined.
Press [GRAPH] to display the graph of your function and the derivative of the function.
See the second screen.
Press [2nd][TRACE] to access the Calculate menu.
Press  to select the zero option.
If necessary, repeatedly press the up- and down-arrow keys until the derivative function appears in the border at the top of the screen.
Don’t forget to do this step!
Enter the Lower and Upper Bounds, then a guess and press e.
This is illustrated in the third screen.