lol - let me give you an idea of what it's like to live with a technophobe.
Yesterday she had to drive to an unfamiliar location that was about 2.5 hours away. She put the address into her phone's GPS application and started on the trip. She had just left, when she got a phone call telling her that the location she needed to go to had changed, and the new location was in a different city.
My wife couldn't figure out how to stop or exit the GPS app on her phone, so for the next 2 hours, the phone kept trying to direct her to the original destination. Her answer to this was to turn down the volume on the phone so she couldn't hear it telling her "when possible, make a legal U-turn". The phone finally ran down it's battery and shutdown.
A few hours later, when she had recharged her phone, she called me and told me the story. I said: "Why didn't you just reboot the phone?" There was a pause, and then she said "Yeah, I could have done that if I had thought of it."
Don't misunderstand - my wife is very intelligent - however anything having to do with technology just seems to make her disengage her brain and instantly become the She-Hulk.