Free Writer Software

by Jun 18, 2018, 5 Comments

ProWritingAid Free Writer Software

Have you ever heard the saying, "Books aren't written, they're rewritten"?

Here at ProWritingAid, we wholeheartedly agree with that assessment. Editing is an essential part of the writing process. Often, you'll spend twice as much time editing your work as you did writing it in the first place. At least!

Editing your own work can be incredibly difficult. After all, you wrote your book – you're so close to and familiar with the text that it can be hard to judge what needs to be changed objectively.

That's where free writer software like ProWritingAid comes in. Part editing tool, part grammar checker, part writing coach, ProWritingAid provides an objective view of what's working and what's not in your text.

Here's just a taste of what our free writer software will help you identify in your writing:

  • Repeated words and phrases that may cause the reader to ask, "Didn't he just say that?"
  • Cliches and redundancies that cheapen your writing.
  • Pacing issues that might cause you to lose your readers' attention.
  • Vague and abstract words that make it difficult for readers to understand what you are trying to say.
  • Instances of plagiarism that have gone uncredited.
  • Overused words that are too wishy-washy or lead to awkward sentence construction.
  • Grammar and spelling errors that affect your writing.

ProWritingAid's free writer software offers more than 20 different reports that will help you polish and perfect your writing. Our powerful, easy-to-use software will take your writing from amateur to professional with a few simple clicks of the mouse.

We would love to know what you think about our free writer software! Be sure to tell us in the comments.

Have you tried ProWritingAid's editing tool yet? It will help you edit faster, strengthen your writing, and get your ideas across.

Try it for free now!

About the Author:

Hayley is a former teacher turned writer who works for ProWritingAid as a marketing and customer support associate. Hayley loves writing content that's engaging and informative. Bonus points if it's about Star Wars.

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  • chrishoy78 says
    can I use this software
    Posted On Mar 13, 2015 | 04:43
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  • pharaohochich says
    ok
    Posted On Oct 19, 2016 | 05:11
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  • benjienyengerai says
    The drive of this study is to measure the effects of training and development on employee performance in the public sector of UK with particular reference to the NHS. This section of the dissertation deals with the appraisal of pertinent literature on the investigation difficulties and ideas with particular reference to how it applies to NHS. The literature on Training and Development (T&D) is massive and developing. A training and development program - an important Human Resource Development (HRD) function of any business - lectures an inconsistency amid the present functioning of an employee and what is expected on him. Training signifies to a methodical method to learning and development to better individuals, teams, and structural efficiency (Goldstein & Ford, 2002). On the other hand, development discusses the actions or behaviours leading to the gaining of new knowledge or skills for persistence of personal growth or future jobs and/or roles. Nevertheless, with the unstatic socio-economic and technological significance of T&D, the meanings, scope, approaches and assessment of these programs have experienced a massive transformation in the last decade. This literature review presents a critique of the relevant theoretical explanation on the topic. Training-related actions result in enhanced job performance and certain positive changes in organisational structure for instance, acquisition of new skills that serve as antecedents of job performance according to (Hill & Lent 2006, Satterfield & Hughes 2007). Supported by Barber (2004) who establish that training lead to better innovation and tacit skills. In a research conducted by Robertson in 1990 supported by Decker & Nathan (1985), discovered that training influences change in an employee skills through a change in learners’ knowledge structures or mental models. According to (Kozlowski et al. 2001, Kraiger et al. 1993), they suggested that training may not lone influence declarative or procedural knowledge but likewise can improve strategic knowledge, which is defined as understanding when to relate a particular knowledge or skill. Furthermore, suggested to be a catalyst that helps workers to do their tasks in a changed culture and/or regulate expressively to dwelling in that philosophy (Bhawuk & Brislin 2000, Lievens et al. 2003). In investigations made by (Morey et al. 2002, Salas et al. 2001) suggest that training develops declarative knowledge, planning and task coordination, collaborative problem solving, and communication in innovative team and task environments. Numerous studies have also acknowledged the impact of training on the structural functioning. Outcomes of the study by Aragon-Sanchez et al. (2003) show that training activities were absolutely connected to most measurements of efficiency (i.e., employee involvement, human resource indicators, and quality) and profitability (i.e., sales volume, benefits before interest and taxes, and a ratio of benefit before taxes/sales). Ubeda Garcıa (2005), also suggested that on organizations’ training policies, training programs oriented toward human capital development were directly linked to employee, customer, and owner/shareholder fulfilment as well as an objective measure of organisational performance (i.e., sales per employee). Likewise, it is also observed that the change in financial performance was clarified by training via the mediating role of social and structural performance (Guerrero & Barraud-Didier, 2004). Hitherto another likely benefit of training is social capital, via relationship building, norm development, and institutional trust (Brown & Van Buren, 2007).
    Posted On Oct 29, 2016 | 02:05
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  • tigashaw09 says
    I am very happy to use your software. Well done.
    Posted On Jan 02, 2017 | 12:52
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    Posted On Jan 06, 2017 | 07:04
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