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Are you the computer expert in your family?

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User Info: happyscrub1

4 years ago#1
Are you the computer expert in your family? - Results (283 votes)
Yes, I'm the best
78.09% (221 votes)
Somewhat. I know a lot of stuff but someone else knows a lot of stuff I don't know
15.55% (44 votes)
Somewhat. Someone else knows what I know about equally
4.24% (12 votes)
No, I suck
2.12% (6 votes)
This poll is now closed.
2. My sister is a computer programmer consultant, so she knows tons of stuff. But I know everything better that isn't directly tied to her job.

User Info: TheFeshPince

4 years ago#2
Sadly, most of my family will try and fix things themselves and make things worse. | |

User Info: pfantzypantz

4 years ago#3
I'm the best because of google

User Info: Digital Storm

Digital Storm
4 years ago#4
Yes, unfortunately.
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User Info: BDSM

4 years ago#5

Try 3 counties.

Granted, I live in rural Alabama.
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User Info: lionheart5656

4 years ago#6
BDSM posted...

Try 3 counties.

Granted, I live in rural Alabama.

That's interesting. South Park was just on informing the general populous of Alabama.

I'm not sure if I agree or not. Tell me what you think since you are from Alabama.
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User Info: Zukkus

4 years ago#7
Hardware, yes.

Software, no. My dad spends his days making software from scratch for healthcare companies.
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User Info: garyjpaterson

4 years ago#8
Id like to think so when it comes to hardware, although when it come to coding and whatnot i dont have a clue.
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User Info: Ultimate_Umbreo

4 years ago#9
I don't know that much, beyond how to put a computer together, how it works, and how to get software and devices working. Oh, and how to google fixes for stuff. But that earns me that spot in my immediate family. My uncle who's an IT at a bank knows waaaaaay more than me, so he's the expert.
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User Info: SirisS-G-P

4 years ago#10
I am but I don't want to be, too many questions. I leaving to Basic soon and I expect all of my family PCs to be non-functioning when I get back.
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