Mathcad Express is a free version of Mathcad, yours to use for as long as you like!
When you download and install it, first you get the option to try out the full, unrestricted, state-of-the-art version of Mathcad Prime. That gives you 30 days to explore and evaluate all that this latest, greatest version has to offer (see here for details).
Once your trial period is up, if you’re not yet ready to purchase a full Mathcad Prime licence, you’ll still have a highly capable version of Mathcad on your PC – free of charge! Mathcad Express provides a powerful, easy-to-use documentation and analysis tool; it just lacks the more advanced features of full Mathcad Prime, such as advanced numeric functions, solving capability, the Excel component, 3D plotting, programming and symbolics. Please refer to the table below to compare the features of Mathcad Express and full Mathcad Prime:
When you download and select the trial option, you will enjoy all the additional bonus features included in PTC Mathcad for 30 days before continuing on with standard features included in PTC Mathcad Express. You’ll have access to:
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