Note:- It works with all versions of Windows.
Have you ever used square root button in windows?
If yes, it is a possibility that you might have come across this bug…. If not, you are just about to know it..
Just follow the steps:-
1) Open calculator ie..
Goto run and type – calc
2) Now type the following
2.1) Type 4
2.2) Take its square root by using the square root button,
2.3) Now you will get 2. Subtract 2 from it.
2.4) The answer should have been 0 but its not. You would have got a long number as your answer.
See.. it was as simple.
Here is the general syntax to this bug.
1) Take Any number
2) Take its square root
3) Subtract its square root from it
4) Your answer is not 0.. That’s the bug.
I am sure this was something new for most of you out here..;-)