I used to work with computers for a living, and I used to consider myself very tech savvy. That was a long time ago, and my skills are out of date along with most of my tech knowledge. Still consider more savvy then most lay-people.
Being an IT person by profession , I would say Yes ! But I am not too crazy about new phones and fancy new laptops/ desktops in my personal life . I just need one that does the job it is supposed to do and not keep crashing on me.
I reckon I am approx. just over halfway savvy, definitely not very savvy. This is because I am not terrible interested, as I have said before on this forum...I get on, do what I have to do and get off.....I prefer to get out of the house and I do socialize a lot.
Hmmm tech savvy, no, not really. Though it's all relative - compared to my parents, I am extremely tech savvy, compared to my (4 year old) son, not at all.
I can do more than basics but nothing too fancy. Fortunately for me, my brother is a world champion computer geek and can sort out anything likely to make my head explode :)
I know enough to suit my own needs which are rather modest compared to most other people!! As long as I can send and receive emails, safely purchase things online, and google information for research,then I am more than content!
Hell NO! So no, not even the basics! I can't even find someones phone No to call them from my mobile! I have a 2nd hand $200 mobile phone, & I've been shown how to use it, but by the time I need to use it, I've forgotten what I was supposed to do! Ummm!