Are you the primary source of tech support for your parents?
Nope i don't know a damn thing about computers our technology in general
yep, considering I work with them all day. I'm also the go to for anything android related.
My dad had a computer for ages and can build his own, he's my tech support
My brother is!
Lol thank god wtf
Thank ur brother be grateful to someone who is real
Though I know a lot, my brother works in IT.
Yep. This week I have set up a new laptop, installed Office and set up Outlook, upgraded 3 devices to iOS 8, set up a FitBit, and spent time troubleshooting an Internet connection. While in Arizona I would troubleshoot technology via FaceTime.
My parents never used computers, but I'd always have to set their digital watches for them when the time changed. I tried numerous times to walk them through VCR operation. My mother even used her microwave as a breadbox!
Me? HAHAHAHAHA. I'm ban idiot when it comes to computers. My sister or nephew
My dad is actually the computer geek. He works on technical problems with computers for a living.
My parents don't use any tech. I think there better off...
Computers were the size of a minivan when the last of my parents died.
My parents are dead
My parents, recently deceased, are not concerned about logging on at this time...
No, I am the primary receiver of tech support from my adult children. Actually, not too much now though. Improving with age.
My parents are both gone. My dad was pretty sharp with computers but I outpaced him. My son has a degree in computer science and is way beyond me.
My parents are gone too. My dad died when i was 8 never saw home computers. My mom has been gone 14 years, but never used computer
like father like son. we are both tech savvy.
My 83 year old father is my tech support.
No but only because my dad has spent 30 years in the world of computers from building home pcs, learning 10+software languages, building networks small to large scale, and developing software. He was my mentor.
Yes! My mom would be so lost without me.
No that's my brothers job!
No - simply because they are both dead. My father, however, started California's first computer-run payroll service, and my mother could use Fortran.
I learned a little Fortran IV in 1962. I never really used it after that, but it was nice seeing a little bit behind the scenes. (And punch cards; what fun!)
Ze internet! :P
My dad is 70 and a retired school teacher. I grew up with apple products because of this. He actually is my tech support because he is pretty much home bound caring for his ill wife that he has lots of time to tinker on his Mac.
No. Lol. I am the parent.
And everyone else I know in general.
I'm not even the primary source of tech support for myself. My techie hubs keeps me current.
my folks is dead they got shot
They are hopeless!!!
Ya, now that my dad is getting older and falling behind in the latest and greatest in technology. I have surpassed the master.
Hahahaha YES! I laughed out loud at this question.
My parents, brother, neighbors, & several friends...when I was still employed outside the home, my co-workers would ask me before they called IT.
Not always, more for my grandparents.
lol. I AM the parent! My son helps me if I get stuck. Doesn't happen often.
Nope, I pretend I'm clueless so they call my brother for that stuff haha
My mom knows more about computers than I do. I am better with phones and gadgets but not by much.
My dad is one of my tech supports... Along with my husband. Both work in high-tech sort fields.
My mom still doesn't know how to turn on her labtop. lol
No, I'm Batman *cries*
My mom and dad are computer geeks
Yep and its a no fail the call comes after 10p. My mom called at midnight and said the arrow keeps flashing and won't do anything. I told her to hit enter, and she excitedly said "it's fixed"
Yep... For my mom
I certainly was for my mother. She died in 2008. My father died in 1980, long before the average person had a computer. I think he would have been very tech savvy, had he lived in our computer era. Now, I AM the primary tech support for my husband.
Nope my dad is more educated on technology stuff than I am half the time cause that's what he works with haha
mine aren't around anymore, and besides I need all the help I can get
Nope. My husband is though
No, my dad works in network security for a insurance company.
My parents are in the clouds, so to speak.
Nope. Other way around with me.
I have been trying to figure out what ytm stands for all day.
Yield to Maturity? You're the Man? You Tell Me?
Thanks. You're the man fits into the context of the text.