Ile ti and Ili te 10
ile ne, Ili ni, Lii ne, LSI se, sli si 9
lii ti, sle ti, iei ni, Iee fi, sli te 8
lie ni, lie te, Lse si, lse te, Eie fe, Esi se, esi fi 7
lsi ti, eie ni, sle se, Eii fi, iei fe, see se, see fi, ese fe, sei fe 6
sei si ese si, Iee ne, Eii ne 4
in my experience, ile ti and Ili te tend to be the very best with computers, although Ili seem to favor simplicity a bit more. You rarely ever run into one that needs to be taught how to use them or that makes many mistakes with them. Lsi ti, sle ti, Esi se vary a lot, but lsi ti females tend to be poor with them while lsi ti males spend a lot of time with them… lsi ti follow gender norms too much, lsi se are more open minded. Surprisingly, my eie ni niece was better with computers than my sle ti niece, that was how it started off. I think my sle ti niece surpassed my Eie ni one though, because my eie ni niece just didn’t really care about computers. But if eie ni want do better with computers than sle ti then some of them can, just they likely wouldn’t care to. For some reason, Eie ni who are into computers see more wrong with certain things so they tend to try to learn more options than sle ti do.