Works on: Windows 10 | Windows 8.1 | Windows 8 | Windows 7 | Windows 2012 SHA1 Hash: cf1fbb366ab3f230e91441ad4945d8a5b8d90913 Size: 625.37 KB File Format: exe
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Winfeed is a free software by Rick Parris and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2012.
You can download Winfeed which is 625.37 KB in size and belongs to the software category Science CAD. Winfeed was released on 2012-08-25 and last updated on our database on 2017-03-05 and is currently at version 1.13.
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Winfeed is a lightweight fractal exploration program whose purpose is to help you visualize and examine functional iterations in Mandelbrot and Julia sets, ferns and snowflakes, as well as web and bifurcation diagrams.
Portable running mode
You can drop the utility on portable media devices so you can have it with you all the time. It does not store entries in your Windows registry so you can get rid of it using a simple deletion task.
You can gain access to the app’s features by simply running the executable file (there’s no setup included in the process). A help manual is embedded in the package but it does not offer the proper documentation details for understanding the configuration process.
Analyze functional iterations
Winfeed gives you the possibility to activate the Mandelbrot or Julia set, generate web and bifurcation diagrams, as well as create parameter or dynamic places with complex or real numbers. Each of the aforementioned parameters can be run in separate windows at the same time (each one with an adjustable panel size).
You may import MAN and JUL files from your computer, print data, copy the image to the clipboard so you can easily paste data into other tools, and export photos to BMP file format.
Last but not least, you are allowed to zoom in or out, hide or show axes and grid, refresh data, make use of preset hotkeys for faster actions, as well as configure several actions related to font, colors, constants, and degree.
The program executes a task quickly but it eats up CPU and memory so the overall performance of the computer may be burdened.
All things considered, Winfeed integrates several smart features for helping you explore fractals. However, it hasn’t been updated for a while, so you can make use of its capabilities especially if you deploy it on older operating systems, like Windows 95, 98, ME, 2K, XP, Vista or 7.