Healthytech.io was a site about productivity training on digital media and computers in order to live a healthier life. The name Healthy Tech came about as a play on words to show how learning certain tech can make us live healthier and more productive lives.
What Healthy Tech was about
Digital productivity is an import part of healthtech and daily life. As computers help us be more productive with our work tasks, allowing us to either get more work done faster or spend less time working, sitting in front of one for too long isn’t good and this blog helped alleviate that.
It did so by teaching productivity around office tasks such as:
- Easily delete files and folders from the command prompt (cmd), with just a few simple tips
- Automatically send simple emails or run processes in the background
- Automating other common office tasks
Healthy Tech did so by teaching lessons using online video lessons, quizzes, flashcards, Q&A sessions and a whole lot more. One of the benefits was that since it’s digital education, one has been able to learn from anywhere in the world, no matter if they were traveling or not.
While there was educational content for the general office worker and administrator, Healthy Tech also carried guides for aspiring system administrators and IT professionals who spend lots of time working with computers. They especially benefit from understanding how they can automate tasks that are repeated frequently and without much change.
A comment from a reader of healthytech.io
I first came across the website as I researched how to use the command prompt to rename a folder full of image files at work. It was a simple yet overwhelming task to rename the hundreds of files — it would’ve taken me the entire day. Luckily, it turned out that there were automatic scripts that I learned how to run in order to automate the task and that way, it only took me around the time it took to brew a nice cup of coffee while the process to rename the files ran on its own.