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v17.2 for PC 
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
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Remember that huge calculator you used to have in school, the one that was so massive that it needed its own case? Everything you ever wanted to do was mapped to a button on that calculator…but today’s discount software promotion condenses that functionality into a spreadsheet called GS-Calc!

GS-Calc is a spreadsheet that lets you track expenses, income, and sales while performing statistical calculations and data analysis with over 300 included formulas. With GS-Calc, you’ll be able to edit huge text files and databases without even leaving the application, thanks to support for 12 million rows and nearly 4,100 columns. That is a lot of data!

Beyond the sheer magnitude of the GS-Calc spreadsheet is the impressive processing power of the program, combined with its agility and flexibility. Even the largest files load and save quickly. But use the program for pivot tables and advanced statistical functions, and GS-Calc uses up to 64 processor cores to boost calculations. You can even use up to 100 synchronized panes to multi-task like never before! And with support for export to PDF and import/export from TXT, dBase, Clipper, Fox Pro, and Excel XML formats, GS-Calc is the only spreadsheet you’ll ever need.

Please note folks: GS-Calc can use natively either the standard Open Document *.ods spreadsheet format or it's own exceptionally fast and compact binary format. Also, GS-Calc can be installed on any portable device and used without performing any registry modifications. The 64-bit setup file is 3.4MB. No other libraries or run-times are required.

This promotion includes the following:
GS-Calc - 1 Year Upgrades v17.2 ($19.95)
GS-Calc - Lifetime Upgrades v17.2 ($36)
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naveed How does this differ from excel and Google sheets?
Feb 17 at 8:33am Copy Link
Citadel5 @naveed Some list of such features was posted here during the previous promotion, in April, over a year ago. I refreshed the list and included it below.

* Organizing worksheets in tree structures
References to cells in nested folders are similar to plain file paths, e.g.
and can be relative to the current folder as well. Additionally, 3D references
can be created with constructions like
where an array of the A10 cell values from all worksheets in "folder2" is
returned. The number of worksheets in unlimited.

* Overwriting the built-in functions
All functions can be redefined without any multi-threaded performance
degradation or any limitations of the multi-threaded calculation options. Functions can process graphics in cells.

* Multi-threaded calculation
Multi-threaded calculations can include any formulas, including formulas
with dynamic references. The (definable) number of used processor
cores is 1 to 64.

* Optional binary file format
Aside from the OpenDocument file format GS-Calc also offers a native binary format. Thanks to 2d data compression and then zipping it can generate very small files for very large workbooks. It can be used if saving/loading times and the size of the output files are more important and the interoperability with other programs is not needed.
For example, in the binary file format, rows containing series such as
can be automatically saved as a single row.

* Synchronized nested viewing panes
Worksheets can be displayed in up to 100 split panes where various groups
of them can optionally use synchronized vertical and/or horizontal scrolling
to browse multiple worksheet(s) regions at the same time.

* Worksheet dimensions
The number of rows is 12 million and the number of columns is 4096.
The maximum number of cells with formulas is 4 billions.

* Pivot tables can be used both as formulas and in separates view panes (with the same max. number of rows and columns as worksheets). Pivot data snapshots.

* Easy to use, built-in Monte Carlo simulations.

Perhaps there is also a number of other things that should/could be distinctive features, though I'm not sure how much has changed in the latest versions of the software you mentioned. E.g. displaying automatic chart error bars for the log scales or showing data picks in very large chart data series.
Citadel5 - Feb 17 at 9:56am Copy Link
Steven Aves I can share my experience. GS-Calc is faster than Google sheets and not bloated like Excel, unless you need lots of what Excel offers.

I've found it easy to work with plus it is on my computer - My data.

It plays nice with GS-Base too.
Feb 18 at 7:16am Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Great News! Citadel5 has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 19 at 12:11am Copy Link

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