We all love Windows 10 — four hundred million of us and counting. But how many of us can be considered a Windows guru? I’m talking about those of us who eat, sleep and breathe by way of Windows. To see where you fit on the spectrum, take this short quiz:
☐ You call on Cortana at least once a week to help you navigate your life.
☐ Using a mouse or touch pad is for suckers. You use the Alt+Tab shortcut key to switch between windows.
☐ Your typing skills have gone south since you discovered OneNote’s optical character recognition.
☐ Since collaborating on SharePoint, you feel like Suzy from customer service finally understands you.
☐ Upon arriving at a satellite office, you act like a brain surgeon when asking for a keyboard and mouse to connect your phone using Continuum.
☐ You feel like either a) your brain might explode, or b) you’ve reached a higher level of enlightenment after attending a Microsoft conference or workshop.
☐ You project an impromptu slideshow of your recent Microsoft conference for your coworkers using the Windows Key + P.
☐ You’re positioning yourself as a tech leader by using ScreenBeam wireless display receiver to share presentations on the big screen – like a BOSS.
So how do you rank?
0-2 – You’re a Windows Rookie. You know the game but there’s a lot more ground to be fielded.
3-4 – You’re a Windows Believer. You’ve experienced the profound effect that it has on your life.
5-6 – You’re a Windows Specialist. The majority of your day is spent showing coworkers cool Windows features.
7-8 – You’re a Windows Guru. Congratulations! You are the embodiment of the spirit of a Satya Nadella speech.
Jay is Senior Director of Technical Marketing at ScreenBeam.