Top Three Typing Tutors

Now a days we live in the world of computer and every one gives improtant to computer to their daily works. For example we use computer in our offices to save our records and we aslo use it in big store and factories. Typing is the main issue which we have to face when we go anywhere for job. That’s why our team review the best typing tutor to increas our WPM(words per mintus).

Stamina Typing Tutor

Stamina Typing Tutor

we have Stamina Typing Tutor. It was by far the funniest typing program I have ever used and probably ever will. When you make a typing mistake, you get an annoying taunt. Some of my favorites are “oye!”,”uh-oh” and, “I’ll be back” (from The Terminator) when you exit the program. Along with its funniness, Stamina Typing Tutor contains some very cool features. The text scrolls like Rapid Typing Tutor, but in this case, it feels much more smooth. You will definitely notice the difference if you have used other typing tutors with side scroll. Stamina also has a fair lesson layout including the basics, digits, symbols, phrases and a few more. If you don’t like any of the default lessons, you can make your own using the built-in lesson editor. Another impressive element is that you can customize the background with your own images! You probably noticed I used a fallout 3 wallpaper Stamina also has background music. Everyone knows typing to techno music is the best tempo to use whilst typing! The songs play on a playlist, so you can pick and choose which songs you want to play including any songs you might have in the mp3 format.


Rapid Typing Tutor

Rapid Typing Tutor is another good typing tutor for intermediate learners who want to improve their typing in a new and interesting way. We especially liked the colorful theme because we are a strong believer in the link between color and memory comprehension. What sets Rapid Typing Tutor apart from other typing programs is its many noteworthy features including: a virtual keyboard with moving hands; progress tracking that displays your current/past printing speed and accuracy; and the capability for you to make your own lessons. Although Rapid Typing Tutor has a multitude of features, we would not recommend it to beginners. There is no instruction on how to type other then watching the moving hands, and the interface is largely confusing. However, it is a great program for people who have memorized where most of the keys are and just want to become more proficient in their typing skills. Kirans-Typing-Tutor

Kiran’s Typing Tutor

The introductory lessons do a wonderful job teaching proper habits, techniques, and posture to use whilst typing for optimum productivity. Kiran also teaches you a variety of different hand exercises and stretches to perform before a rigorous typing session. Informative progress reports display your past/present wpm and accuracy, as well as the letters you most frequently mistype. Unfortunately, Kiran’s typing design is extremely flawed. When you have finished typing a set of letters or words, the screen changes, making it hard to type at a constant speed. Furthermore, you receive an error if you press the space bar after typing the last letter/word which you would normally do in the real world.

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