Linux Typing Tutor

Written by Josh Dodes
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For far too long, Linux typing tutors have been harder to find and frequently less effective than their Windows and Mac-based counterparts. Of course, in an earlier era, when society's reliance upon computers was significantly smaller than it is today, such a disparity made relatively little difference. But that era is long gone, and as such, the need for parity between Linux and other programs has never been greater.

Fortunately, a handful of innovative software developers have recently introduced a set of Linux typing tutors that excel in every way. By taking their superlative software and making it Windows-, Mac-, and Linux-compatible, these developers have provided a solution from which everyone can benefit. A good thing, too, as these programs provide essential learning tools for individuals using any operating system.

Linux Typing Tutors That Make Learning Fun

While the notion of actually enjoying a course in touch-typing may seem improbable, the premier Linux typing tutors do in fact live up that expectation. By incorporating typing-based games and offering regular reports reflecting your progress, these exceptional applications make it possible to learn, develop confidence, and have fun, all at the same time. It is no wonder that so many Linux users have already embraced these innovative apps.

I encourage you to join them. Few skills will prove more and increasingly important in the years than touch-typing. Those who elect to stay ahead of the curve will reap the rewards of having done so for years to come; those that elect to stay in the past will find themselves falling further and further behind.


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