Five Things We Need to Learn From the Computer

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We spend a lot of time with the computer daily. We only put so many features into the computer but really we forget those features and they are really related to our day-to-day life and we again need to learn those things from the computer to increase productivity. Things that we need to learn from the computer.

Time Management

One of the things that we need to learn is time management. Our computer does many things in a short amount of time. That is because it saves the current context of the previous program before running the next program. It keeps track of where the next program instruction is, what resources are required. When it returns the previous process it doesn't spend time determining from where I need to start. In the same way, if we are doing one task, because of some other important task I began working on that task. So before going for the other task we must make note of what we have done and what is left. So we can directly start working on the previous task when we return from the new task without spending much time.


Most of the time we refresh the computer screen whenever it is slow or not performing well, that is quite common. In the same way if you are tired or slow then you should go for refreshment so you can increase your productivity.

Proper Input

As you know, software needs input to work on, so for computer keystrokes are input and if the computer is not able to interpret the input or the input is wrong then it won't work properly. In the same way, for us, listening properly is input. So always listen properly. If you are not listening properly or not understanding then you can't work properly.

Need of Energy

For the computer, power is a source of energy. If it is not there it won't work. In the same way, for us, sleep and food are a source of energy, without these we can't work. So get a proper diet and sleep for productive output. Your productivity is not defined by the work hours you spend.


The computer does very well in prioritizing tasks. Each program actually has a priority associated with it. This priority determines how much of the computer resources it can use and how often it gets a turn to run. Critical things that need attention now can interrupt the current process to get the attention it needs. In the same way we need to prioritize our tasks/work properly for better productivity.

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