Results for - How much do you know about the gadget that you use to do online surveys?
2,412 voters participated in this survey
We use these gadgets to play games, check email, do social media, fill out surveys, etc., but how much do we actually know about them?
1. What type of device do you use most of the time to fill out surveys?
2. What is the operating system of your device?
Apple or Mac OS
Other (please specify)
Which version of your OS do you have? For example: Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Mac Mojave, Mac Snow Leopard, Linux Mint, Linux Ubuntu, Android Pie, Android Oreo, etc.
- Windows 10
3. How much memory does your device have, both in internal storage and temporary (RAM)? For example, my desktop computer has 400 GB of hard drive storage and 8 GB of RAM.
Most Popular Answer
4. How 'fast' is your device? In other words, what processor does it have, what is the capacity of the RAM, etc? For example, my desktop computer has an Intel Core i3 540 @ 3.07 GHz on an ASRock H55M-LE motherboard with 8 GB of DDR3 RAM @ 669 MHz. Running via ethernet (wired) on Cox Communications it has an average download speed of 34.4 Mb/second.
Most Popular Answer
5. How did you get the device?
Built yourself from parts.
Upgraded an off the shelf model.
Bought off the shelf or from a website.
Custom ordered it built.
What's the story of your device?
- dell desktop
- no story
6. If something goes wrong with your device to the point that you can't use it properly (won't start, crashes, freezes, won't go online, etc) what do you usually do?
Fix it myself.
Take it to a repair shop.
Take it back to where I bought it.
Buy a new one and give away or pitch the non-working one.
Ask a friend or relative to fix it.
How does your solution choice usually escalate? For example, try to fix it yourself then failing that, ask someone else whom you know, then take it to a repair shop.
- then a repair shop
7. When signing up for a new survey program or shopping for a new program, game, app, etc. how confident are you that it will work with your device?
Very confident, I know exactly what my device's specs are and what it is compatible with.
Sorta confident as I've a vague idea of what my device can handle, but can't remember exactly what its specs are while shopping.
No idea, I just buy it and hope for the best.
05/25/2019 Technology 2412 47 By: wardude