Simple Tech Hacks to make Your Life Easier

We are all constantly looking to make our lives easier, especially when it comes to how we use our technological devices.

Below are some simple tech guides that will improve how you use your devices and make your life a whole lot easier.

Use Google Translate to Proofread Long Essays

Are you a writer or student looking to proofread long text and catch those errors you may have previously missed?

If so, then you can use Google Translate for this.

Go to Google Translate and then copy and paste your text there. Then, click on the listen icon and the voice will begin to narrate the entire text for you. You can then make corrections on your file as you catch the errors.

Borrow eBooks Instead of Buying Them

Buying eBooks is no doubt something many people enjoy doing. However, the knowledge that you don’t really own these books and that the service provider can take them away from you at any time might leave you feeling like you wasted your money.

However, how about borrowing eBooks rather than buying them?

OverDrive is a platform which helps you find books in your local library and borrow them. The platform has two apps, Sora for students and Libby for everyone else.

Save Time by Speaking Rather Than Typing

If you ever get tired of typing or are running out of time, then you can speak and let the computer type for you.

To enable this feature on MS Word, open your Word document, then press the Windows key + H. This will initialize the computer microphone, and you can then begin dictating what you want typed out. However, you need to be connected to the internet for this feature to work.

These simple tech hacks, and many more, can make your life a whole lot easier so open up your computer and try them out; you won’t regret it.

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