Genius Maker Free Edition provides more than 30 calculators and tools for various physics, chemistry, and math problems. By giving an alternative to figuring problems out with a paper and pencil, this program ensures accuracy and saves time.
We completely skipped the instructional Help file because the program's interface was very intuitive. With great onscreen direction and a simple layout, high schoolers and adults will have no trouble navigating things. The various tools were broken into categories of Physics, Chemistry, and Math, with the bulk of the 38 tools in Math and Physics. Ranging from PH Calculators, to Graph Plotters, Unit Converters, and all the way to Radioactive Decay Calculator, this program covered a lot within the three disciplines. The various calculators and tools all had mostly point-and-click commands and asked for simple amounts of data where necessary. While the equations they performed were complicated, we never felt overwhelmed or confused by what was expected of us to solve the problem. We were surprised there were no special features. We would have liked to see ways to customize tools that weren't covered, but didn't think that this hurt the overall program. It was hard to find fault with such a simple, time-saving program.
Genius Maker Free Edition is a freeware program. It installs desktop icons without permission and leaves folders behind after uninstall.
Genius Maker contains 34 educational software programs covering Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry for high school students. It includes Graph plotter, Analytical geometry, Matrix algebra, Equation solver, Triangle solver, Unit converter, Refraction of rays, Lens and mirrors, Color theory, Transverse waves, Radioactive decay, Periodic table, Inorganic compounds, functional groups and Gas Laws.
Version 3.0 includes Inorganic compounds and Functional groups modules.
What's new in this version:
Version 3.02 includes improved interface and performance.